Here’s something that will no doubt help collectors out in a big way! It’s regarding an area of the industry that’s difficult to monitor, especially for unsuspecting buyers: autographs. Have you ever been hesitant about purchasing an autographed item…



  It may sound trivial, but good manners really do go a long way. Over more than 25 years of collecting players’ autographs, I’ve found that the honest approach remains the best. And by that, I mean, ask for an…


How do you tell the difference between Gem Mint, Near Mint-Mint and Excellent-Mint? When it comes to defining the do’s and don’ts of managing your collection, one of the first rules of thumb is to preserve your cards. Because if…


Using trading cards ranging from Bob Feller’s 1948 Leaf to Ken Griffey Jr.’s 1989 Upper Deck, PSA President Joe Orlando provides you with five tips for better understanding the PSA trading card grading scale. To illustrate the differences in PSA’s…


  Though the history of Pokémon stems back only about 20 years, and we’re nearly two years removed from the Pokémon Go craze of July 2016, collectors are still clamoring for vintage Pokémon cards. If the term vintage incurs scoffs…


  When it comes to collecting autographs, it’s never easy finding previously signed documents by the dearly departed. Unless, of course, you have some extra dough to pay for these rarities when they come up for public auction. Or, better…


Are you at all curious about what your PSA 9 1989 Upper Deck #1 Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card is selling for nowadays? Well, thanks to a newly unveiled online service from PSA, you can find your answer in seconds!…


PSA President Joe Orlando reviews 10 tips for building a better trading card and memorabilia collection. Follow these guidelines to get the most from your collectibles. The ‘PSA10 Webcast Series: Tips, Lists and Guides from PSA and PSA/DNA’ is a…