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Maximize the security, value and liquidity of your trading cards with PSA certification. Submitting your trading cards to PSA is the first step towards getting the most from your trading card collection.
Learn more about the submission process, the grading process and how PSA maximizes the security, value and liquidity of your trading cards.
PSA authenticates both sports and non-sports trading cards across all eras.
A series of PSA graders review your cards for authenticity. If genuine, PSA looks for evidence of doctoring, such as re-coloring or trimming.
If your cards pass these two steps, PSA experts grade the condition of each card on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being best.
After grading, PSA holders each card in its own tamper-evident case. A label within the case displays the card's pertinent information and unique certification number.
PSA encapsulates every card in a tamper-evident, sonically-sealed case. These attractive, hard plastic cases provide protection from pressure and most damage.
Once encased, you can rest assured that your cards will remain secure from further wear. Note that the case will not protect your cards from extraordinary events like fires and floods.
Plus, the PSA Financial Guarantee of Grade & Authenticity applies to all PSA encapsulated cards.
PSA can help you get the most for your trading cards. As these examples show, cards authenticated and graded by PSA blow away the value of ungraded cards.
1968 OPC Hockey Bobby Orr #2
Ungraded Value $350
1955 Topps All American Fats Henry #100
Ungraded Value $200
1962 Topps Roger Maris #1
Ungraded Value $450
PSA-certified trading cards often sell for premium prices due to the strength and credibility of the PSA brand. PSA has certified many of the most valuable trading cards in the world, including these record breaking cards: