The number on this handsome Collard & Collard is 40964, which indicates a date of 1844. It was an advanced piano for that date, with a 6½-octave compass from CC.
The pedal is detached, but present.
The case is made from beautiful flame-mahogany: this was a special piano. The nameboard is rosewood.
We see the full-length soundboard, and substantially-intact original condition.
Iron string-plate and reinforcing bar. These pianos are heavier than the earlier ones, but unlikely to suffer structural problems! The string-plate also aids tuning stability.
The internal fretwork (unusually) is intact. And another glimpse of that beautiful mahogany!
This piano is in Worthing, Sussex. The price is a very modest £100. But it is at the same location as the c. 1812 Broadwood in the previous entry, and the owner might consider a concession for the sale of both together. Please contact Chris Windross firstname.lastname@example.org