Tuck's cards are themselves considered a collectible among post cards and a humorous one such as this is a bit less common among them. Making no claim to be an expert, I would grade this card by all standards to be good to very good condition. I could go very good were it not for the loss seen at the upper right corner of the front. There are no creases, tears, stains, or holes in this card and it is only lightly soiled appearing on the reverse. There is minor edge wear in various areas but nothing major. The corners, with the exception of the one missing paper, are lightly worn and blunted but not creased. "Don't Chew The Rag to Pieces With Your False Teeth Out - Cut it out!" The card is copyright 1909 as stated in the lower left front, by Raphael Tuck's and Sons. The artwork is also signed by the artist, DWIG. The card is post card series #165, "Knocks Witty and Wise," and was printed in Saxony.