Whilst Adox MCC may be on the cool side of warm its response to gold toner suggests that it is a chlorobromide with bias towards the chloride end of things. I tried toning some Slavich unibrom (a true cold tone paper) in gold and it did not exhibit any colour shift.
Warm-tone papers .
Greetings Hoffy, As you live in Australia give "Foma" papers a try , Cheaper than Ilford (better in my opinion ) Chris Reid -Owner of 'Blanco Negro' NSW, Foma s only Australian distributor. Will require mail order , but if you order carefully the postage is still cheap when averaged over the order. Warm tone is available in both RC & Fibre base. Look-up the web-site for more info .
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....Cheers Barrie B. Melbourne .
I've settled on FOMABROM VC VELVET VARIANT IV123 for now. It is as warm as I have seen, and develops fully in LPD 1:3 in 2 to 2-1/2 minutes with rich full blacks, smooth mid-tones and highlights. The paper base is white, not off white or yellow or cream, etc. It is not as heavy a paper as the Ilfords and I find it needs about 15 more CC's of Magenta filter at each grade than they suggest.