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The FREE, interactive PSA Set RegistrySM program has revolutionized card and ticket collecting around the world. Established in 2001, the PSA Set Registry now hosts over 50,000 sets. In addition to the major sport categories, it offers categories in miscellanous sports and non-sports.
Home to the world’s finest card and ticket collections, the PSA Set Registry gives collectors the opportunity to safely show off their PSA-graded items in a secure online environment, and compare their collections to some of the greatest ever assembled. You can start with just one card or ticket and build your set over time, or add an entire collection. You can post images of your items, view those of other collectors in your area of interest, and go from there!
Plus, members of the Set Registry have access to the Collectors.com Shop Button, an incredible search tool that makes findings cards easier than ever. The Shop Button saves you time by bringing card listings to you, all within an organized and filterable interface. This means you can search every conceivable venue for the card you need – before someone else finds it – in just a few clicks. Sign up for the Set Registry now to try it out.
How the PSA Set Registry Works
To begin, just sign up here. There is no software to download, and everything you do is done securely over the Internet. The PSA Set Registry is exclusively for PSA-graded cards and tickets, so you will need the certification numbers of the items you intend to register. (For more information about how to get your collectibles certified, click here.)
Once you have added your cards or tickets, you are ready to begin building sets based on your inventory. You will find step-by-step instructions to help you build your first set.
You can remain completely anonymous in the PSA Set Registry if you so choose. You can name your sets how you wish, and you can elect to keep your set closed from public view until you are ready to unveil your collection.
The PSA Set Registry enables you to track your inventory, costs and populations, build and update sets, enjoy friendly competition, meet other collectors who share common interests, create a photo album of your collection, and share your sets with others. In addition, you can perform “What If?” scenarios to see how the addition of new items will change your set ratings.
Sets listed in the PSA Set Registry as “Current” are active sets and are ranked in order of grade point average, percentage of completion and rating. The Registry is highly interactive and sets are continually being added and upgraded. Sets listed in the “All-Time Finest” area may include retired sets that were complete at one time, but have since been dispersed. These are some of the finest collections ever assembled and provide benchmarks to which you can compare your own collection.
Benefits of PSA Set Registration
As if the fun you’ll have participating in the PSA Set Registry were not enough, you will also receive other important benefits:
- Recognition for your collection. If your set is in the top five “All-Time Finest,” your collection (and if you desire, your name) will be listed in the PSA Set Registry at the top of the list of all sets in that category.
- Free submissions. We recognize that not every card and ticket in every important collection has been graded by PSA. To encourage participation in the PSA Set Registry program, we offer free grading submissions to registrants. Depending on the size of your collection, you can receive up to seven free submissions.
- Selling on Collectors Corner and Collectors.com. PSA Set Registry members have exclusive listing privileges on Collectors Corner, which means cards listed will automatically display on Collectors.com, the source for all your collecting needs.
PSA Set Registry Awards
Annually, some of the “All -Time Finest” collections ever assembled are inducted into the PSA Set RegistrySM Hall of Fame. The criteria for entry into the HOF include set popularity, difficulty, grade average, completion percentage, domination, and degree of competition within the set category.
Major awards are presented to the best sets in the following divisions. Winners receive an engraved plaque and an award icon by his or her set listing in the Registry.
- Best Collection of the Year
- Best Set of the Year
- Rookie of the Year - Best New Set of the Year
- Best Pre-War Vintage Baseball Set of the Year
- Best Post-War Vintage Baseball Set of the Year (1948-1959)
- Best Vintage Baseball Set of the Year (1960-1971)
- Best Modern Baseball Set of the Year (1972 to present)
- Best Vintage Basketball Set of the Year (1971 and older)
- Best Modern Basketball Set of the Year (1972 to present)
- Best Vintage Football Set of the Year (pre-1960)
- Best Vintage Football Set of the Year (1960-1971)
- Best Modern Football Set of the Year (1972 to present)
- Best Pre-War Vintage Hockey Set of the Year
- Best Vintage Hockey Set of the Year (1948-1971)
- Best Modern Hockey Set of the Year (1972 to present)
- Best Vintage Miscellaneous Sports Set of the Year (1971 and older)
- Best Modern Miscellaneous Sports Set of the Year (1972 to present)
- Best Player Set of the Year
- Best Topps Specialty Set of the Year
- Best Overall Specialty Set of the Year
- Best Regional Set of the Year
- Best Oddball Set of the Year
- Best Vintage Non-sports Set of the Year (1971 and older)
- Best Modern Non-sports Set of the Year (1972-present)
- Best Ticket Set of the Year
In addition, the registrant with the Number One ranked set that is at least 95% complete in each category will be recognized with a “Best of the Registry” certificate and an award icon by his or her set listing in the Registry.