Building Themed Collections

  There are infinite ways to build an autograph collection, but in my experience the hobbyists who have themes and goals seem to derive greater enjoyment out of their hobby than those who collect without guidelines. That is not to…

PSA’s Jumbo Holders: To Protect and Preserve

PSA Offers New Way to Protect, Preserve and Display Your Favorite Signed and ‘Original’ Photos There are plenty of collectors who amass signed 8” x 10” photos of their favorite stars. This represents their way of connecting with their idols…

39th National: Record Revenue Show for PSA

  In many respects, the 39th National Sports Collectors Convention, which was held in Cleveland from August 1 through 5, turned out to be one for the record books for PSA. Thousands upon thousands of submissions were handled every day…

1939 Hall of Fame Signed Baseball Sells for Record $623,369

  The Ultimate Treasure from Cooperstown’s Grand Opening A unique, multi-signed baseball sold this past weekend for an astounding $623,369. It was sold at auction by SCP Auctions, an auction house based in Laguna Niguel, California. What made this baseball…

Submissions 101: Terms & Conditions

  To assist collectors with their card grading submissions, PSA continues to produce informative “Submission 101” themed videos. In this episode, PSA PR Specialist Terry Melia and newly appointed PSA President Steve Sloan pinpoint some of the more important points…

PSA Salutes ‘Team Fritz’ and Baby Mason

  At last week’s National Sports Collectors Convention (NSCC) in Cleveland, members of the Fritz family – headed by dad Ty and mom Beth – were treated to a special moment, courtesy of the team at PSA. A personalized trading…