The Bromoil Circle Postal Club was founded by the late A. C. Weller, alias Sam Weller, of Pinner, London, in 1931 and was later renamed as above. The formation took place during a period when Pigment Printing Processes had become popular amongst photographers.

Today, members of the Circle still carry on the traditions of the Bromoil Circle Postal Club. The acquisition of chemicals and especially suitable paper is much more difficult in modern times. The Circle however still finds methods and materials in order that this wonderful process may continue.

Members of the Circle invite you to browse through this site and enjoy Bromoil prints both old and new. The real beauty of the Bromoil however, can only be truly appreciated when seen in the "flesh". Exhibitions are planned, details of which, will appear in the news section.

The Bromoil Centenary Book is also available for purchase, from Circle Secretary Mr Brian Iddon (See PUBLICATIONS section).