Amsterdam? 1980. Poster issued shortly after April 30, 1980, the day of the coronation of Queen Beatrix, during which protestors clashed with mounted and riot police. Graphics consist of four photographs taken that day, at the Waterlooplein Market in Amsterdam, the text describing how one protestor, separated from the fray, was beaten to the point of losing his hearing, while a policeman separated from the fray could mount back on his horse and flee. Original photo-illustrated poster (43x61cm.) printed offset in black, red, and blue; wrinkling to extremities, closed tear at top edge touching one word with old tape repair to verso, else Near Very Good.