There's no way I could justify £5,000 for a new one so I may live to regret this but as I don't have much time to play these days it makes sense to thin out the herd.
The LC stands for Laminate Construction which isn't a poor relation to solid wood but Bill Collings's take on a 1959 Gibson 335 which were, and still are made from plywood. Unless you're chasing a very mellow sound, laminate is preferred to solid wood in a semi because it allows the use of higher output pickups, in this case Lollar Imperial, standard wind.
Spec and current price (£4,995 new, right handed) here: https://www.ivormairants.co.uk/collings-i-35-lc-semi-hollow-guitar-faded-cherry.html
There is a tiny surface ding on the back of the headstock which I will photograph when the light improves as it isn't showing up under artificial light. Other than that it has a nicely played in look and feel.
Yours for £2,750.
Price includes shipping within UK.