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One way is to create a sepia colour matte and put it over the footage at reduced transparency.
Another is to use the Tint effect and map white to a suitable sepia colour and adjust the amount of tint to suit.
You might also find a tint in the Color Balance (HLS) effect that suits.
I use Magic Bullet Looks myself to create such effects. Works very well.
In the Image Control folder you will find Black and White. Apply that to the footage first.
In the Color Correction folder, apply the Color Balance effect and change the Midtone Blue Balance to a negative 50.
Add a Gaussian Blur of about 7.0 or less. Old images are generally blurry.
"Old images are generally blurry."
...it could be debated that they are often very sharp. (and there are a number of reasons for that such as large format cameras, hi f-stops & DOF, pinhole cameras etc...)
Thanks to everyone who helped out with this one. It really is amazing how many different ways there are to add a sepia tone to some video, thank you again.