Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
This is not Ilford Photo, but it is the company responsible for Ilfochrome.

Prepare to see Ilfochrome raw materials skyrocket. Ultimately, out of reach to everybody...
Shareholders behind the firm(s) will be rubbing their hands with glee at the expected profit returns, until at least the world looses interest in Ilfochrome and suddenly pfff— ... no more returns. Isn't it curious than investment company here in Australia owned by two general practitioners was one of the less-palatable reasons why Australia's best Ilfochrome lab — ChromaColour — went bust?