Dick Butkus Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  Even when he entered this world 77 years ago, Dick Butkus made his presence felt. The youngest of eight children born in Chicago to Lithuanian parents John and Emma Butkus, he weighed 13 pounds, six ounces upon entrance. Growing…

Jim Brown Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  When the 1965 NFL season concluded, Cleveland Browns All-Pro running back Jim Brown was coming off one of his greatest campaigns ever. Not only did the bruising, 30-year-old pile driver lock down his eighth NFL rushing title (1,577 yards…

The 10 Most Iconic Post-War Baseball Cards

  There are certain baseball cards that have an importance to collectors that goes beyond dollars and cents. Yes, they are usually valuable in that way as well, but the significance of these cards seems to transcend monetary value. They are simply iconic.  These are cards that nearly all hobbyists instantly recognize,…

Learning the PSA Grading Scale

  Say you wake up one day and discover that your great grandfather left you a footlocker full of T206 cards. Or your late father willed you his entire 1952 Topps Baseball card collection once you secured your bachelor’s degree….

Tom Brady Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  Few players have enjoyed the high level of play and consistency that Tom Brady has during his tenure as an NFL quarterback. And no player has accumulated as many championship rings as the six owned by the polarizing Brady….

Steve Largent Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  Steve Largent didn’t have the style and grace of Lance Alworth or play in a game-changing offense like Jerry Rice, but his inclusion on the NFL’s 100th Anniversary Team with those those two means that he is considered one…

Gale Sayers Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  When the Chicago Bears selected Gale Sayers with the No. 4 overall pick in the 1965 NFL Draft, the speedy halfback out of the University of Kansas was bringing impressive credentials to the professional gridiron. During his three-year varsity…

Dan Marino Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  When he announced his retirement before the start of the 2000 NFL season, Dan Marino held numerous passing records. In 17 seasons playing quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, he finished his career with 4,967 completions in 8,358 attempts, 61,361…

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  He was born in New York City in 1947 and his original name was Ferdinand “Lew” Alcindor Jr. The son of a transit cop and a department store price checker, he was destined to play basketball as he grew…

Johnny Unitas Card Values | PSA Collector Guide

  Few athletes in any sport were as universally loved as the late Johnny Unitas. The celebrated quarterback enjoyed a long, storied career most notably with the then-Baltimore Colts, and he held virtually every major passing record at the time…