Fair to Good: bits of paper stuck to BACK of print; some discoloration lower & right part of image (almost certainly an original flaw when the print was first produced.
Please refer to above scan).
NOTE: Vanity Fair magazine switched printers in the early 1900s. Thus, those caricatures printed by Hentschel-Colourtype, London, are not stone lithographs like earlier prints. There is a dot pattern from the mechanical printing process, but these are genuine, antique prints nonetheless and NOT modern reproductions.