North American Fur Auctions (commonly known as NAFA) is a Canadian company that auctions on consignment fur pelts harvested in Canada and the United States. Its services are used by both large fur farms and small-time trappers. Its auctions are held three to four times a year in Toronto. It is the largest fur auction house in North America and the second largest in the world.
North American Fur Auctions (NAFA) is the oldest fur auction house in the world. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, NAFA’s roots trace back to 1670 to the historic Hudson’s Bay Company (2 May 1670) which was created to market the finest furs from North America and Europe to the world. NAFA was spun off in 1987 and 1989, respectively. For over 353 years, NAFA has continued to provide and market the largest collection of wild fur and the finest collection of North American and European mink to the global fashion community.
NAFA is a founding member of the North American Fur Industry Communications Group (NAFIC), established in 2013 as a cooperative public education program for the fur industry in Canada and the USA. NAFIC disseminates information via the Internet under the brand name “Truth About Fur”.
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