About Alte Roemer GalleryThe name Alte Roemer stands for two passionate friends of ancient art and ancient numismatics: Dr. Alexander Khalaidovski and Dr. Matthias Hoeh. In 2006, we founded the ancient art gallery Alte Roemer (German for ancient Romans). It is a modern online gallery for ancient coins and antiquities based in Munich Germany, but serving customers worldwide. We occupy the Satellite Office premises located in the very center of Munich, right next to the royal palace Residenz and its court garden. You can make an appointment to meet us there and pick-up your masterpiece of ancient art or numismatics. We chose to operate without a show room and a retail gallery so that we can offer you attractive prices for amazing artefacts.
Our ambition and commitment as an ancient art dealer is to establish a working symbiosis between academic archeology, public collections and private collections to create a benefit for everyone dedicated to ancient history and art. To pursue this objective we take different steps, e.g. conscientiously investigating and documenting the collecting history and origin of all artefacts offered by us. The information reconstructed and gathered during our work is then published in the item descriptions in our gallery. All items sold are permanently archived in our extensive online database for future reference. We are always happy to make artefacts possessing outstanding cultural or archaeological value available for loan to public museums.
We are specialized in ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities as well as ancient coins. The gallery covers a time span from Stone Age, over Bronze Age and Classical Antiquity until Late Antiquity. Our gallery cooperates with renowned national and international institutions and experts of various disciplines in order to give you competent support in the field of ancient art and to offer you a wide selection of genuine ancient artefacts.
We welcome you and invite you to take a look at our online shop boosting a broad selection of stunning ancient artefacts.
Alexander Khalaidovski and Matthias Hoeh