Insuring Your Collection to Protect Your Investment

  How much time have you spent in acquiring your collection? How much money have you invested in securing all your cards, autographs and memorabilia? If you took a moment to ponder these questions, you may be persuaded to insure…

PSA Adds Free ‘SecureScan’ Service to Super Express Level Orders and Higher

  To provide better security for its growing customer base, PSA has added a cost-free “SecureScan” service. The new imaging feature, which launched on the company’s website on May 10, 2019, involves taking front and back scans of PSA-encapsulated items…

Screwdown Holders: The Perils of Card Preservation

  A funny thing happened to me on my way to getting some of my coveted cards authenticated and/or graded by PSA. I quickly discovered the perils of using non-recessed screwdown holders. After serving a one-year hitch as PSA’s PR…

PSA Announces New Office Opening in Tokyo

  PSA is pleased to announce the opening of a satellite office in Tokyo, Japan this month. After researching, visiting and gauging the viability of the Japanese market, PSA officials determined that now presents the right time to make its…

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 Unveils Massive Database of Auction Prices Realized

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!…

Benefits to PSA Trading Card Authentication & Grading

There are many advantages to have graded traded cards instead of ungraded trading cards. Beyond peace of mind, PSA provides the structure to get the most out of your collecting.