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    Recycling fur coats
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    • 15th Jan 08, 1:23 AM
    Recycling fur coats 15th Jan 08 at 1:23 AM
    Hi there.

    I'm looking to part with my fur coat collection, I have twelve (at last count) and I just don't have the room for them any more. I should point out that my coats are all older than myself! I'm looking to sell them on to a company who takes in second hand fur to be refurbished and sold on. I like the idea that they can be spruced up and passed on to be loved by someone else.

    The thing is, as much as I know there are companies who do this they seem to mostly be in the US and I'm looking for somewhere in the UK who would take them. Would it be worth my time just calling around the local furriers and asking if they'd be interested?

    If anyone coul point me in the right direction or give me an idea of where to look/ask that'd be great.
    Thanks in advance, Joanne.
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