Item #237212 Original drawing for "The Happy End": to illustrate the story "Cash in Hand", depicting a hunter with his shotgun raised, and a snarling dog beside some dead palmetto branches. Churchill Ettinger.

Original drawing for "The Happy End": to illustrate the story "Cash in Hand", depicting a hunter with his shotgun raised, and a snarling dog beside some dead palmetto branches.

[New York: 1939].

Published in "The Happy End", 1939, at p. 90. Pen and ink on paper, signed at right of drawing. 1 vols. 7 x 8 inches, with generous margins, 9-1/2 x 14-1/4 inches overall. Tape ghosts on top corners, slight soiling in one margin, not affecting image Siegel, p. 198. Item #237212

Fine sporting drawing by Churchill Ettinger, illustrating the scene in the story by Ben Ames Williams, "Cash in Hand", where a huntsman named Woodward misinterprets the apparent disobedience of the dog Cash, who prevents him from stepping on a large rattlesnake.

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