Paris: Prilipp et Cie, n.d. (ca.1845), plate P. 74. C.
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||Grand Piano Trio No.4
There is also a viola part (instead of the cello part), but since it isn't mentioned on the title page, and Grove doesn't mention it, it is unclear who did the transcription.
There is an ad for Kalkbrenner's 4th piano trio in "THE QUARTERLY MUSICAL MAGAZINE AND REVIEW.", in a 1827 issue. Since Kalkbrenner had already reached op.100 by the time HMB begins in 1829, this seems reasonable.-Schissel