At the 2018 National Sports Collectors Convention Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) introduced collectors to jumbo holders.
The 1941 Goudey Baseball card set feature the most attractive cards in the Hobby but it has found a cult-like following.
Kevin Keating, collector of autographs from baseball players since he was a kid, recently released the book, “Waiting for a Sign” about his experiences.
PSA will offer dual grading for autographed cards. Simply, collectors can get their card and signature graded in one shot.
Embedded holograms are now being used on PSA holders for cards, packs and tickets to enhance security for collectors.
Professional Sports Authenticator has created the PSA Digital Card Album, a way for collectors to display and share their card sets online in a format resembling a traditional trading card album.
PSA will once again reward those who sign up for PSA’s Collectors Club by giving away “cards that never were” – recreations of the 1934 Diamond Stars set this time featuring, Ruth, DiMaggio, Gehrig and Feller.
PSA announces a new holder with added security benefits, along with news that new holders are on the way to accommodate different-sized cards.
In an annual tradition, PSA will provide collectors with a unique visual experience at the National Sports Collectors Convention July 31-Aug. 4. PSA will display $2 million worth of Cracker Jack cards, hand out the latest book on the subject, “Cracker Jack Collection: Baseball’s Prized Players” and host signings by the authors.