Here we see a detail from "Death and the Miser" by the legendary Hieronymus Bosch (1450 - 1516). It's another memento mori and, in keeping with Bosch's other works, is filled with symbolism. I'll refer you to the National Gallery of Arts for the full image, but this detail captures two key items.
First of all, Death appears in a harlot's robes and aims an arrow at the miser's groin, indicating the horrors of venereal disease. Secondly, we see that, in death, he relinquishes his worldly riches to a demon.