This piano, by the famous Royal Maker, does need some attention, but it looks like a good prospect to me. It seems to have been largely undisturbed - a state of affairs much preferable to unwise intervention.
The nameboard is rosewood with the brass inlay characteristic of the 'Regency' period.
Good news that the pedal is present - these are quite difficult (or expensive) to replace.
A few hammers detached; dampers seem to be mostly there.
Soundboard and bridge look promising.
Good to see that the green 'shield' has survived - these are so often lost.
All six legs have their casters, but as is so often the case, the mahogany threads have failed. Mahogany is not a good wood for 'engineering' applications such as these - beech or preferably hornbeam are much better!
Good Home Found.