To kick-off our new PSA/DNA Autograph Registry, we will be offering one of the most aggressive specials our company has ever put together.

Any full-price submission sent to PSA/DNA for autograph authentication between March 1 and March 31 will include our Autograph Grading service at no additional charge! That's right. Not only will your prized autographs be eligible for authentication by the number one brand in the hobby, PSA/DNA will throw in the grading of your autographs for free! Click here to learn more about Autograph Grading.

Be sure that your submissions are postmarked by March 31st, 2009. There is no maximum quantity, submit as many autographs as you want! Sports and non-sports autographs are eligible for this special. This also includes those autographed items that are submitted for encapsulation.

No PSA Collectors Club membership required!

This special is valid for Sport and Non-Sport autographs. The turnaround time varies with demand.

Mark your submission form "PSA/DNA GRADING SPECIAL" to take advantage of this free grading offer. These items must be separated from items not to be graded and submitted on a separate submission form. Normal authentication fees apply. Please click here to go to the PSA/DNA authentication fee schedule.

Encapsulation requires additional fees and must be submitted on separate submission forms with their own return shipping.

Here's what you need to do:

  • Visit the PSA/DNA Submission Center and follow the steps to submit your items.

  • Go to the Fee Schedule on Step 1 to find out what your authentication fee will be.

  • Fill out a PSA/DNA Submission Form on Step 2 and write "PSA/DNA GRADING SPECIAL" on the top of the form. Send your items with a check or credit card number for your authentication fees and return shipping cost to PSA/DNA using the shipping instructions on the submission form.

  • If you have any questions on this special please contact our customer service department at 800-325-1121 or by email at

Turnaround time varies with demand.

Your order must be postmarked between March 1 and March 31, 2009, so act now!