Making new emulsion from old emulsion
I recently received a large quantity of ancient photo paper. We discussed silver recovery in another thread. Now, I'm thinking of going another route with it. What would it take to strip the silver from the paper, Ilford MG III, make new emulsion, and use it to make dry plates? I have nearly 500 sheets, so there should be plenty of silver there. I'm sure it is possible, but I don't know if it is something I can do in my tiny darkroom with my limited space and resources for doing advanced chemistry.