It will become more rare, an art form, much more special than it ever was.
In that respect, I believe that traditional silver prints will be a sought after commodity and probably high-priced items on exhibitions for example.

My impression of the photographic world (and art in genera) is that anything rare/special is higher priced than some mass-produced/easily reproducible item.

As long as materials for photography, development and printing is provided, analog will only be more and more appreciated and popular for my opinion. =)