Over 270 cards from pre-War baseball and boxing card find this summer have been graded, with the find yielding a rare NM/MT T205.
PSA has now certified 25 million items…and an Arkansas court hands over a large judgment against John Rogers.
One of the more popular and elusive food issues of the decade was the 1958 Hire’s Root Beer set–and it’s even tougher “test” brother.
Prices for 1952 Topps Mantle cards at certain grade levels continue to climb and that could mean if you don’t get in now, you’ll regret it later.
His 1952 Topps card may be on the Mt. Rushmore of collecting, but the 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle seems comparatively undervalued.
PSA chronicles the evolution of popular baseball card sets in its newest poster giveaway at the National Sports Collectors Convention.
A collector’s childhood passion for the 1960s Challenge the Yankees board game cards resulted in one of the top graded sets in the PSA registry.
A PSA 9 Michael Jordan joins signed items from Chicago icons Walter Payton and Ernie Banks in a giveaway that’s part of PSA’s National promotion plan.
Collectors Universe, parent company of PSA and PSA/DNA, releases its third quarter financial report with more growth in its grading and authentication services.
An embedded hologram is aimed at increasing the security of PSA’s encapsulated cards, tickets and unopened trading card packs.
Collectors Universe has announced financial results for its first quarter of fiscal 2015 and business was good.
One of only four Joe Namath rookie cards ever awarded a PSA 9, the card was sold privately from the #1 Finest 1965 Topps Football set.
The Hall of Fame coins have been one of this year’s biggest hits with more autograph signers adding their names to the unique looking U.S. Mint product.
Personal training sweethearts are charged in a scheme that prosecutors say involved reproducing original sports cards on eBay, then making fakes to sell.
Some of the hobby’s most coveted high grade cards including multiple Babe Ruth rookies, make up the eye-popping collection now coming to market.
Some 1934-36 Diamond Stars ‘Cards That Never Were’ will be offered to PSA club members at the show and the top-rated original set will also be on display.
The parent company of PSA and PSA-DNA will be added to the Russell index, a popular benchmark for tracking small cap stocks.
Those who use the PSA Set Registry can now sell their cards directly on Collectors Corner.
Always wanted to be on Pawn Stars? The show will be looking for items to feature in upcoming shows when they set up at next month’s Long Beach Expo.
The George Brett rookie card–all three versions–remains a hot commodity among collectors of a certain age.