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NAFA Auction Reports – July 2017


July 8 - Auction Continues


Today, NAFA and its producers enforced a strict selling policy that resulted in a lower percentage of turnover for higher quality and larger size Pearl females and Demi Brown mink.

Smaller sizes and more commercial goods were well competed for, selling at levels that were fully firm to slightly advancing.



July 8, 2017 - Detailed Sales Results



NAFA opened its July sale with its renowned collection of Breeder mink, which sold over 94% under strong competition and active bidding. Additionally, a small collection of previously unsold Pastel and Palomino mink sold over 80% at levels that were firm to slightly advancing over the most recent North American offering.

Day 2: of NAFA’s July mink sale began with the year’s final offering of Black NAFA and Mahogany mink.
Black NAFA males and females achieved prices that were fully firm to recent levels. Mahoganies also held firm.
China was the biggest buyer, with strong support from Greece in the Black NAFA males, and Korea in the Black NAFA females.
Commercial Pearl males sold well at firm levels, while better qualities were partially withdrawn due to producer limits.


July Sale Wild Fur Report: Day 1 - 3


NAFA’s July offering consists of previously offered wild fur, as well as a small collection of fresh goods.

Although there were a limited quantity of fresh Sable and Fisher, we were able to sell 50%-60% of our previously offered collection. A small collection of fresh Lynx Cats, together with the previously unsold goods, met with price resistance on the bigger size, better goods, while the slightly casty bellies saw improved clearances over our May sale.




International Fur Auction Reports
by RB Media Group
Posted: July 9, 2017

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