Very Good/Excellent: see above scan. Dog-ear crease lower left corner. Would mostly be covered when mounting/matting for framing.
NOTE: Between the years 1905-1911 Vanity Fair magazine
changed printers and printing processes several times. Thus, this original print was printed using the new (at the time) colour offset process, which has a dot pattern, unlike the stone lithographs prior to 1905 and after 1911— when the company returned to Vincent Brooks, Day & Son for their colour lithography.