My father was a photographer when he was young just out of the navy. He died when I was just 16 but he got me started with the interest in it back in 1972 or so. But I really didn't get into it until college years later and I never took off with it but I have a bunch of boxes of old film some still sealed and some with the seal cracked open and inside, there is a secondary box and obviously the film. Is this old film worth anything to a photographer that uses old style stuff? Here is some info off the boxes. Is ANY of this stuff that was in a box in a dark closet in my basement worth anything or sought after by older photographers using dark rooms etc.? My Dad use to use a Ziess Icon camera, a Roliflex, a browning, and a Minolta among other things. The enlarger was fried so I trashed it years ago. I still have the Porcelain trays and the metal crop mat that is old. Assorted things like Kodak glass beekers, metal funnels, wooden tongs, etc. The photographic paper is listed below that I have. If anyone knows if this stuff is worth anything give me an idea what it's worth. If it's junk I'll just keep it, if it's worth money to a collector of old paper or if the paper is still useable then I'd put it on ebay. An old friend about thirty years ago looked at it and said, "WOW, Lance up the street would love to get his hands on that old paper." That was years ago. See list below. Any help from anyone would be helpful. Thanks. Email me at Bullschmidtaddy@hotmail.com if you know anything on the stuff below. THANKS! ANSCO photographic Shee Film Binghamton NY 25 Sheets 4x5 Triple S Ortho type V class B safety base spec. no. jan-f-35 exposure index 100 Stock number navy e18-f-66015-725 sc 8D 22-1M Emulsion no. 3111-372-5 Other Ansco box is still sealed with string type tear off still in tact. says 25 sheets ISOPAN Type V class A Exposure indes 50 Stock no AF 7400-282000 Navy E18-F-67011-725 SC 8D 1100-1M Spec no Jan-F-35 Emulsion number 282-469-1-j4 Both boxes are Grey and Red with a blue band Koday box says 25 sheets date says on box July 1958 seal is broke but box feels full heavy. 4x5 yada yada Type V class E Kodak contrast process ortho safety film S/N 8d6750-246-1037 spec no. mil-f-35b Kodak 4x5 purchased 5-13-63 ROYAL PAN FILM box was opened by feels mostly full has red tape on it sealing it closed. Kodak 4x5 Tri-X Safety Film Type VI--CLASS N TX523 Exposure index 200 Spec. No Mil-F-26011 61 S/N 6750-393-9752 July 1959 Emulsion No. 542 Yellow box Green label... Both seals on sides of box are NOT torn but one has freed itself. Pencil on box, with my fathers handwriting, Ned X Exposed with a line under it, Don't Know. Box is completely full. I doubt it has been used. If it has I'd want the pics back. Kodak TRI-X panchromatic film develope in Kodak DK-60a or DK-50 Dec 1958 Kodak March 1957 Emulsion no 6130-239-2 Kodak INFRARED SAFETY FILM TYPE V CLASS K S/N 8D28-1M Exposure index 12. spec MIL-F-35B Feels half full. Kodak MAY 1959 Kodak Super Panchro-Press Film Type B 4x5 feels about 10 sheets in it. Less than half full. Develope with Kodak DK-60a, D-19, Dektol, or DK-50 Lastly for the 4x5 film, Kodak INFRARED Film Sheet film date Nov 1953, yes I know, it's 53 years old but it feels completely full. Also have RED BAG with black bag inside of 8X10, have SIX bags. DUPONT PHOTO PRODUCTS Velour Black R-1 25 sheets white glossy single sheets sealed and under this it says Emul no. Ref Num and Use Before and these numbers. 1111 7929 2526 5-59 There is to much info to list here so I'll go quick from here out. Velour Black Y-3 open but feels light Velour Black R-4 open feels half full Velour Black R-3 open and almost full Velour Black R-2 open feels half full Velour Black Y-2 open feels almost full One Brown Box, Kodak Photographic paper 10x10 CHLORIDE contrast 2 Single Weight Glossy One Gross type i Emulsion 23353 Chloride Contact Paper Printing Paper United States Army No 75-157-B Packed Emulsion side to back. Box is about an inch thick feels VERY heavy as in 100 sheets FULL but opened seals SIX Bags of Kodak Photogaphic paper 5x7 KODAK Double weight KODABROMIDE G-3 July 1958 / 25 sheets feels half full seal opened. KODAK Single weight KODABROMIDE F-3 June 1958 / 25 sheets feels 1/4 full seal opened. KODAK Single weight KODABROMIDE F-1 Oct 1955 / 25 sheets SEALED FULL still has string tear. Zepp Photo Sticker still on it. Says $1.05 on it HAVE TWO SEALED ENVELOPES. KODAK Single weight KODABROMIDE E-3 May 1959 / 25 sheets feels full seal opened. Rubber stamped with STARK FILMS SINCE 1920 Baltimore address on outside. KODAK Single weight MEDALIST J-2 May 1957/ 25 sheets open feels half full. SIX BAGS of Kodak 8x10 Paper 25 sheets each. 3 Kodabromide 3 Medalist Kodak Kodabromide G-4 Jan 1959 opened feels almost full. Kodak Kodabromide F-2 Jan 1957 opened feels half full. Kodak Kodabromide F-4 May 1958 opened feels 1/4 full. Kodak MEDALIST F-3 July 1959 SEALED FULL Kodak MEDALIST F-2 Oct 1959 opened but feels almost FULL Kodak MEDALIST F-4 Feb 1959 opened feels half full ONE Sealed CAN of Kodak YES I SAID CAN like the Campbells soup can that you need a can opener to open, of Kodak D-76 Developer 14 ounces feels like Powder inside. For film and plates full emulsion speed at low ot normal contrast makes one gallon of solution, has film tray time and tank agitation time scale on back for panatomic X 35mm 1:1 Plus-X 35mm Infrared 135 and Verichrome Pan 828 TRI-X Roll and Packs Panatomic X Roll Infrared sheets Verichrome Pan Roll and Packs Professional Sheet and Film plates.