The building is built with a hip roof without garrets.
The end of the building facing West, the spire, the 9 garrets
in front facing North and the central garret in front facing
South are built.
The end of the building facing East is built.
Børsen gets a new roof because the King needed the
original lead roof for making cannon balls during the occupation
King Christian VI's "Commercial Decree" founds the
basis for the Merchant's Guild
Børsen gets a new spire.
The Exchange Hall is connected to the building.
A critical period for Børsen because competition from
the shops in town had taken over and customers failed.
The merchants buy Børsen from King Frederik VII for
70.000 rix-dollars. The King imposed a condition of Børsen
preserved as a requisition for the deal.
The inside is rebuilt and considerable changes are made in
the roof construction in connection with the establishment
of the present Exchange Hall.
The opening of the Exchange Hall.
The ramp facing Christiansborg Slotsplads is shortened.
The ends of the building and the spires are throughly renovated.
Big parts of the sandstone figures are changed. The rest of
the garrets facing South are built. The roof covering is changed
from lead to copper. The last booths on the ground floor are
P. S. Krøyer paints the famous "Børsbillede",
which represents the most prominent businessmen at that time.
By now it is mainly stockbrokers and bankers who characterize
Arkitekt og kgl. bygningsinspektør, professor Kai Gottlob
indretter Komitesalen på 1. sal. 1946
Rampens nordvæg omlægges i forbindelse med tilkørsel
til den nye Knippelsbro.
The ramp's wall facing North is changed in connection with
the entrance road, facing the new Knippelsbro.
The Library is designed and in connection with the 100 year
anniversary for the purchase of Børsen, Louis Bahnson
gives Børsen the Ravenna-Mosaic in the ground floor.
The Mosaic is made by Boye Givskov.
The stock exchange moves from Børsen to Nikolaj Plads.
The building goes through a nescessary restoration.
The second floor is made into offices.
The Merchants' Guild and the Provincial Chamber of Commerce
are merged into the Danish Chamber of Commerce.
The ramp looses it trees because of disease. The ramp and
the end of the building is thoroughly renovated.
Thomas Kluge paints the commitee painting in connection
with the 100 year anniversary for P.S. Krøyer's "Børsbillede".
The Chamber gets the Europa Nostra prize for renovating the
end of the building facing West and the ramp. The prize is
handed over by HKH Prins Henrik.
The building is modernized by renovating the reception, the
Mosaic, the staircase, the aisle and the assembly rooms in
connection with it.