Being a bit of a photo antiquity myself after more than fifty years photography, I don't relish the idea of spending the rest of my existence on a landfill.:)
I have an old Graflok roll film adapter for 4x5 that is, like, 1,500 years old. I know I will never that capacity to use it. I have had ot for a year and I don't see it leaving anytime soon. Yeah, it's OK to toss unneededs. Good luck trying to carry through with it.
Your junk may be someones treasure. Pass it forward.
I find that I feel the need to rescue things from the dumpster. Hence, the 8x10 Century No. 7 studio camera on it's stand in my living room. :D The lights that came with it are in a different room. One of the lights plugs into a lens board and is usable with the camera, though I haven't figured out how to use it properly. :confused:
I also have some old Kodak ads, one of which is for IR film during WWII (I think).
The answer is NO!
packrats of the world unite - don't throw them out...
p.s. you can always find another wife, this is one-of-a-kind!!!!