(2113r) Morgan’s Sword Point Was Still At Rodney’s Throat. “What Do You Say?” He Demanded.

2113r
Morgan’s Sword Point Was Still At Rodney’s Throat. “What Do You Say?” He Demanded.
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Date: 12/31/1935
Size: 0″H x 0″W
Medium:oil-on-canvas
Type:illustration
Published: Marmur, Jacland. “Henry Morgan’s Mate.” Country Gentleman. March 1936: 14.
caption: Morgan’s sword point was still at Rodney’s throat. ‘What do you say?’ he demanded.
Inscription: lm: F.E.S.
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Comments: index
Commentary: This is the image of the right side of #2113 and shows the only part of #2113 that was published. This half was later altered (male figure at far right painted out) and then cut down. See also: #2113, #2113s, #2113alt, #2113altcdr, and #2113altcdl.
Provenance: See #2113altcdr and #2113altcdl
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