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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-18-2018, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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Dropped fur off yesterday to go to Fur Harvesters. Just wandering what auction house is preferred and why?
I have shipped to both before with good results . Fur harvesters has agent in county makes it convenient to drop off.


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-19-2018, 04:47 AM
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Even though I live just 10 miles from Jim Griffith (FHA Agent) I've never shipped through Fur Harvesters. I've been going through NAFA since 2009 except last season when I went to the PTA District 5 Fur Auction. NAFA picks up close to my home as well which makes it convenient. I've always had great results from NAFA and figured I would ship to them again this year.

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How long has Jim Griffith been the FHA agent?




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I've been using FH for a very long time because I've always had good results from them.
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How long has Jim Griffith been the FHA agent?
He has been an FHA agent for at least the past 10 years. That would be a good question to ask him at the next District 5 function.

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I think it is a good bit longer than that. I do not recall what year it was, but I took some furs to his home for FHA. I am sure it was at least 25 years ago, could have been longer. He was sleeping when I got there as he worked a night shift. His wife checked in the furs for myself and a friend. She did not speak English real well as I could hardly understand what she was saying. Then again, part of it could have been my hearing problem.




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