Professional Sports Authenticator

Press & Media Kit Center

Looking for a collectibles expert’s insight for a news or media piece?

Our Expert

Joe Orlando


Joe Orlando is the President & CEO of PSA's parent company, Collectors Universe, and has been an advanced collector of trading cards and memorabilia for over 30 years. Orlando has authored multiple books on collectibles, including Collecting Sports Legends and Legendary Lumber: The Top 100 Player Bats in Baseball History. Joe has appeared on numerous radio and television programs as a hobby expert including ESPN's award-winning program Outside the Lines, HBO's Real Sports and the Fox Business Network, as the featured guest.


DOWNLOAD

Featured In

USA Today
New York Times
Chicago Tribune
MLB
Fox Sports
Forbes
ESPN
Business Insider
Bleacher Report
Yahoo! Sports
Los Angeles Magazine
Atlanta Journal Constitution

PSA in the News

Media Kits

Primary Logo


DOWNLOAD

PSA Graded Collectibles


ZIP
DOWNLOAD

Style Guide


PDF
DOWNLOAD
Quick Dos & Don'ts

DO

  • Use the PSA logo to link to PSAcard.com.
  • Use the PSA logo to boost your PSA-graded collectible listings.
  • Use the PSA logo in a news article or blog post about PSA.

DON'T

  • Change the colors, dimensions or add your own text or images to the logo.
  • Use the PSA logo to boost your non-PSA-graded collectible listings.
  • Use this logo to imply PSA's endorsement.
PSA in the Press

HONUS WAGNER BASEBALL CARD SELLS FOR $1.2 MILLION

A Honus Wagner baseball card has been sold privately for $1.2 million. SCP Auctions in Southern California says the 1909-11 T206 card was graded in Good 2 condition on a scale of 1 to 10 by Professional Sports Authenticator. Read More

AUTOGRAPHED BALL BY INAUGURAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES SELLS FOR RECORD PRICE

How could a baseball artifact possibly top a ball signed by both Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig? How about a ball signed by 11 HOFers including Ruth, Honus Wagner and Ty Cobb, on the day they entered Cooperstown? Read More

1952 MICKEY MANTLE BASEBALL CARD SELLS FOR $2.88 MILLION

A 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card in mint condition has sold for $2.88 million – making it the second-highest price ever paid for a baseball card. Read More

FAMILY THAT FOUND 7 BASEBALL CARDS WORTH MILLIONS FINDS 8th

What could be better than becoming a millionaire after finding seven vintage baseball cards while cleaning out your late great-grandfather’s house? Read More

PSA in the Media