Contrary to a popular misconception, fur is not necessarily at its lowest price in the heat of summer.
Fur is one of mankind’s oldest commodities and as such is traded everyday, around the globe. Therefore it is subject to the simple laws of supply and demand. When supply is greater than demand prices drop, when demand exceeds supply prices rise. As a rule fur prices do not fluctuate extremely, they remain fairly consistent but are subject to change at any time.
So the answer to the question of the best time to buy a fur is simply: When You Find The One You Want!