1909-11 T206 Honus Wagner, Graded PSA Good 2, Sells for $1.35 Million at Auction

  The 1909-11 T206 Honus Wagner needs no introduction. With apologies to Mickey Mantle – and the recent hobby momentum gained by his 1952 Topps #311 – the coveted Wagner remains the Holy Grail of baseball cards. Just last week,…

PSA’s New Mechanical Error Reporting Feature

PSA just launched a new feature that lets customers report any cards that have been misidentified in their orders. Introducing, the Mechanical Error Reporting Feature. Before the feature launched via www.PSAcard.com, customers were unable to report errors in a timely…

50 Years Ago, the ‘Miracle Mets’ Won it All

  Is Jerry Koosman the most overlooked pitcher in the hobby? Ask a collector to recite Koosman’s career stats and see what happens. A lanky southpaw, he tallied 147 wins for the New York Mets during his 12-year tenure in…

Diamonds in the Junk – 1989 Topps Baseball

For collectors of a certain age there is something oddly comforting about junk wax cards. Far too many were printed, they’re littered with quasi-errors and print issues, and “rare” chase cards are numbered in the thousands. However, they are also…

2019 Parkside Collectibles MLL Trading Cards Box Break

I have been called an old soul in my day, and I guess that translates into my collecting life as well. I typically prefer my cards to be vintage, my autographs to be in ballpoint and my packs to contain…

Second PSA Gem Mint 10 Set of 1999 Pokémon 1st Edition Sells for $107,010

Pokémon card sales continue to take the hobby by storm The coveted 103-card Pokémon 1st Edition English Base Set from 1999 sold last month for $107,010 through Goldin Auctions. The last time we saw this collection of Pokémon cards, it…

Does a Player’s Autograph Add Value to His Card?

  Ever since I entered this great hobby, I’ve been collecting on-card autographs. The majority of them I got signed in person. I’ve always found it fascinating to watch a player sign his cursive, and then see if he adds…

PSA Japan Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

  “It was challenging but at the same time exciting in taking the first footsteps in the inaugural journey where no grading company had gone.” Those were the proud words spoken by PSA Japan Business Director Tony Aram when asked…

“My Profile” Section of PSA Set Registry Gets New, Customizable Look

  In an effort to further improve the Set Registry experience on PSAcard.com, PSA recently launched Phase 3 of the PSA Set Registry Achievement Program. The major component of this new addition is the improved My Profile segment of the…

PSA Launches New Order Status Tracker Feature

  For decades, collectors have entrusted PSA with their cards and memorabilia. Hobbyists packaged up their precious collectibles, sent them off for grading and authentication, and began diligently checking their order status on the PSA website, awaiting that much anticipated…