Kruspe does not have a drawing of the banker.
In the text passed on by Schröer, this scene portrays a banker: »Der Tod zum Banquier« / »Der Banquier«. In Götz' and Pohle's texts, however, he is a merchant: »Der Todt zum Kaufmann« / »Der Kaufmann«. In the index over Götz' watercolours he is is simply called Kaufmann«, while the other merchant by the ships is called: »Kauffmann z. Schiffe«.
The two merchant's have split the dialogue from Lübeck's "new" text between them, so this merchant gets six of the eight lines from the merchant in Lübeck's dialogue.
Der Tod zum Banquier:
Besides calling the banker "Kauffmann", Götz' and Pohle's texts have another slight variant. Death doesn't call the merchant »der erworbnen Beute« ("the acquired booty"), but »der errungnen Beute«: the captured/won booty.