It’s a digital world and those who collect PSA graded cards now have a new way to show their collection to anyone, anywhere.
PSA is now offering users of its Set Registry the option to put images of their graded cards into a virtual album and share it online. The company has launched the PSA Digital Card Album, designed to look like a traditional trading card binder. The feature is free and the virtual album can be customized. “Loading” the album is designed to be easy.
The PSA Set Registry now hosts more than 100,000 sets of sports and non-sport cards dating from the 19th century to present. Many of the hobby’s most advanced collectors participate as well as those building lower cost, graded sets.
Users have the option to choose from one of six different color palettes for each album and can add their own set description to the inside cover. Once they “publish” an album online, it is linked from the set in the Registry and can be downloaded and printed as a PDF file. It can be accessed anywhere online, and can be shared with other collectors on the PSA Set Registry website or via social media.
“The PSA Set Registry would not be possible without internet technology, and now we’ve used that technology to take what we feel is the next giant step for Set Registry efficiency, fun, and enjoyment,” said BJ Searls, PSA Set Registry and Special Projects Director. “This new digital approach dramatically changes the way you can enjoy and display your sets.”