Hello all: I have recently started printing quite a few of my pictures on warm- toned paper, which I really like. In the past, I always toned my prints (nuetra l or cold-toned paper) in selenium. I like the look of selenium toning for thos e papers, but didn't find that it does much for the warm-toned papers. Today I used a sugestion out of the Darkroom Cookbook and toned a selection of prints in coffee (just straight black coffee, fresh brewed). It does yield a pleasing wa rm brown tone and worked very fast. I am curious if anyone else has tried this and what your experiences are. How does coffee effect the archival qualities of the print? I also would be very interested in any other suggestions for toning warm-toned papers. I have been using mostly Ilford FB MGW .24K. Any thoughts on warm-toned printing in general would be more than welcome. Thank you in adva nce for your wisdom!