Cards and Tickets That PSA Grades

Cards PSA Grades

PSA grades most cards that are catalogued in major sports card publications.

Please also reference the Population Report, or feel free to contact Customer Service if you have any further questions.

Please note, PSA does not grade 1955 Topps unperforated Double Headers or any card manufactured by Star, except for Star Baseball and 1996 Star Topps (reprint) Basketball Cards.

Pins/Coins PSA Grades

PSA will also grade a variety of pins/coins as long as the items will fit into one of our current holders. The thickness and diameter are key factors for the pins and coins in regards to encapsulation. Below is a list of the pins/coins PSA currently grades.


  • 1962 Salada-Junket coins
  • 1962 Shirriff coins
  • 1963 Salada-Junket All-Star coins
  • 1964 Topps coins
  • 1965 Old London coins
  • 1971 Topps coins
  • 1987 Topps coins
  • 1988 Topps coins
  • 1989 Topps coins
  • 1990 Topps coins
  • 1910-12 Sweet Caporal pins (P2)
  • 1932 Orbit Gum pins
  • 1956 Yellow Basepath pins (PM15)
  • 1961 Crane Team pins
  • 1965 Crane Team pins


  • 1960 Shirriff coins
  • 1961 Salada coins
  • 1961 Shirriff coins
  • 1962 Shirriff coins
  • 1968 Shirriff coins


  • 1896 American Pepsin Jockey pins
  • 1956 Kellogg's Pep Cereal pins

Tickets PSA Currently Grades

  • MLB regular season, All-Star games, Playoffs and World Series
  • NFL regular season, Super Bowl
  • NBA regular season
  • NHL regular season
  • Indy 500
  • Kentucky Derby
  • Boxing events
  • College Football Bowl games
  • NCAA Finals

We will grade entertainment tickets on a case-by-case basis. Please fill out a ‘Research Request’ in the Customer Request Center to see if your ticket is eligible.

PSA will begin authenticating and grading tickets from Ticketmaster, TicketTron, and other select 3rd party ticket providers for sporting events. Special designations may be added to labels to distinguish 3rd party ticket providers. PSA will not be processing any print-at-home tickets.

Due to the printing process and type of paper stock used on some tickets, fading of the ink may occur, which could affect the grade if re-submitted under one of our review or reholder services. As a reminder, tickets are not covered by the PSA Financial Guaranty of Grade & Authenticity, nor is PSA responsible for any type of fading that may occur once a ticket is encapsulated in a PSA holder.

Current PSA Holder Sizes

Below are the current approximate card holder sizes. These are the maximum sizes; there are many inserts available to provide a more custom fit for smaller cards. Please note that all cards and tickets vary in size. Occasionally, a card or ticket will not fit into the designated holder. If this occurs it will be placed in a Mylar sleeve and put in an oversized holder. There are also card/ticket issues that PSA's current holders cannot accommodate, but may be holdered in the future as new holders are introduced.

  • Standard - 2 11/16" x 3 13/16"
  • Tall Boy - 3 1/2" x 5 1/6"
  • Supersized (Ticket) - 3 5/8" x 7 1/2"
  • Supersized (Check) - 4 1/4" x 10"
  • T-3 Holder - 5 3/4" x 8"
  • Jumbo* – 8.5" x 11", 6.25" x 8.25", 7.5" x 9.5", 8.1" x 10.1"

*Additional fees may apply, see applicable submission form for more information.

To inquire about holder sizes or cards/tickets not listed above, please complete a Research Review Request in PSA's Customer Request Center.