The annual Chicago Sun-Times sports card show will include a bonus for those authenticating autographs with PSA/DNA.
PSA/DNA recently launched its new Autograph Registry, and for two more weeks, the company will add free grading for any paid authentication submission.
PSA/DNA will be accepting autographs at the upcoming 38th Annual Chicago Sun-Times Sports Collectibles Convention, March 20 – 22. Mail-in submissions are also being accepted as long as they’re postmarked by March 31.
“There is no maximum quantity, so you can submit as many sports and non-sports autographs as you want, and you do not have to be a member of the PSA Collectors Club to get this special offer,” said Joe Orlando, PSA/DNA President.
PSA Representatives will be on hand in Chicago to answer questions and accept submissions for all levels of service. PSA will offer on-site grading and PSA/DNA autograph experts will be available to authenticate your previously signed autographs at the PSA Booth. Also, PSA/DNA will be available to authenticate your items that are signed "In The Presence" at the autograph pavilion.
For instructions on how to submit autographs by mail, go to the PSA/DNA submission center.
Over 130 sets of autographed items have been added to the Autograph Registry by collectors since launch.
PSA/DNA announced recently it was ending its auction style letter of authenticity program. For details on that, click here.