I discovered a box of 100+ negatives my granddad took in the 1920s. He developed the negatives at home and therefore they're all different shapes and sizes and so perhaps not suitable for a regular home scanner. Here is a picture of one of the negatives for size comparison (that's my thumb): I went to Metro Imaging in EC1 and paid to get 6 photos developed but at £5+ per photo, it's too expensive for me to get more done. They're really interesting. Here are a couple I paid for: A view from St Paul's Cathedral, South-Westwards: Current View: The view from St Paul's Cathedral, looking down Fleet Street: Current view: Pretty cool, huh? Negatives I haven't got developed include several of the original Crystal Palace, Brockwell Park, London Zoo, and various family photos. Can anyone help please?