About 20 minutes of work in Photoshop to age a storefront photo I took last night in Cocoa Village. I've only recently re-started playing with artificially aging photos. You can see my prior, iffy, attempt elsewhere in the galleries.
There are four layers to this: a desat original with adjusted curves; a dupe layer with tinting and noise added; a creased and stained card stock texture; and the Elko border.
I liked the Elko border. I have some photographs from the 1940s of my grandmother in Oklahoma that have this border.