Verify the validity of PSA & PSA/DNA certification numbers using the form field. If found in our database, the collectible's details will display. Always confirm certification numbers for collectibles purchased online after receipt.
Since 1991, PSA grading has been the accepted standard in the trading card industry.
Learn more about PSA’s grading standards for trading cards, packs, tickets and coins/pins. Read grade-by-grade explanations for the 10-point grading scale or take a visual tour.
Detailed guidelines for half-point grades, qualifiers, and no-grade definitions are also included.
PSA/DNA employs a four-level autograph authentication system to combat counterfeiters.
Get the full detail behind the hobby’s most secure authentication process.
Verification of certification numbers does not eliminate the risk of buying counterfeit collectibles.
Though uncommon, forgers may counterfeit PSA & PSA/DNA documents using certification numbers derived from public sources.
As a general rule, PSA encourages the purchase of PSA & PSA/DNA certified items from these dealers.
Note: Verification of certification numbers on the PSA Certification database does not eliminate risk. Though uncommon, criminals do attempt to counterfeit PSA grading inserts using actual certification numbers derived from public sources. As a general rule, PSA encourages the purchase of PSA verified collectibles from trustworthy sources. Marketplaces such as Craigslist, Mercari and Offer Up are not recommended.
PSA is providing access to its database for the sole purpose of confirming data regarding authenticated items with a particular certification number. PSA does not view authenticated items listed on the web and does not warrant or guarantee that any such authenticated item is, in fact, a genuine PSA authenticated item.