With an anniversary on the horizon, PSA/DNA will give away 12 months worth of autographed items.
An embedded hologram is aimed at increasing the security of PSA’s encapsulated cards, tickets and unopened trading card packs.
A New England card show rolls on, PSA-DNA tags the Super Bowl footballs (and more), Topps gets pub from music websites and adds a new board member.
Mike Trout joins Babe Ruth, Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky and other sports stars whose frequently forged signatures are on PSA/DNA’s latest list.
The parent company of PSA and PSA-DNA will be added to the Russell index, a popular benchmark for tracking small cap stocks.
Collectors Universe, which got into the coin grading business in 1986, then followed with sports collectibles, has hit a big milestone.
The Super Bowl XLVIII game balls will be tagged with a special ink applied by PSA/DNA to combat potential counterfeits.
After tweaking the product it introduced to its most loyal customers back in August, PSA has unveiled the new holders for your submitted cards and autographs.
He was one of the company’s earliest supporters back in the 1990’s and a few years later, PSA recruited Joe Orlando. He’s been there ever since.
The demand for PSA and PSA/DNA services along with coin grading services helped boost revenue at Collectors Universe.
Sports Collectors Daily spoke with a source at the National Sports Collectors Convention over the weekend who indicated an explosive story was coming soon involving Johnny Manziel and a paid autograph signing arrangement, a deal that if confirmed by NCAA investigators, would be against NCAA rules and likely mean major trouble for the talented Texas […]
From 200 or 300 items certified per month to more than one million per year, PSA’s ongoing growth has pushed the company to a new milestone.
Hidden with some other items in storage, a decades-old postcard signed by Babe Ruth is spotted by a worker, but why does part of the ‘B’ look a little darker?
PSA-DNA is now embedding its COAs with the hologram now used on LOAs.
One Maryland collector earns points with the wife after making a big score in a box of Historic Autographs’ latest product.
A new website has launched aimed at offering up-to-date prices for autographed sports memorabilia.