Vienna: Artaria, n.d. Plate 2512.
Public Domain [tag/del]
||Leidesdorf, Maximilian Joseph
||Op.10 ? (70, surely!!)
- Adagio - Allegro moderato
- Adagio (A♭ major)
- Rondo. Allegretto
||Mme la Marquise Marie de Martellini
||Violin, Cello, Piano
1818 has been estimated from the plate (if that is plate and not edition, and if it has been accurately read) but Leidesdorf was further along than Op.10 - closer to Op.20 in similar-scaled works (like as like, as orchestral works sometimes were, it's true, slower to come out than- etc. etc.) - e.g. Leidesdorf's op.17 violin sonata is mentioned in a publication that it seems was from 1810, his op.14 flute/piano trio mentioned in the September 1807 AMZ...
However, underlying this chain of reasoning is the assumption that this is in fact his opus _10_. It occurs to me that that "10" actually looks like a 70 slightly hard to read (and Leidesdorf was publishing very quickly and was up to Op.166 already by 1829.) This might well be his Op.70 by 1817, yes... after all, his wind and piano quintet (gran quintetto - wishlist material, I think...) Op.66 was published ca.1818... (whereas Op.10, whatever it was, was probably first published in the early 1800s or earlier.)