PSA Reopens All Card Authentication and Grading Services
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PSA Reopens All Card Authentication and Grading Services

Clearing a backlog of 12 million cards.

Logan Paul Wore a $5,275,000 USD PSA Grade 10 Pikachu Illustrator Card for WrestleMania 38
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Logan Paul Wore a $5,275,000 USD PSA Grade 10 Pikachu Illustrator Card for WrestleMania 38

He now holds the Guinness World Record for the most expensive Pokémon card.

Collectors Universe Purchases Wata Games Grading Company
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Collectors Universe Purchases Wata Games Grading Company

Collectors Universe also owns PSA/PCGS.

Whatnot Is Auctioning Off 2,454 PSA-Graded Pokémon TCG Cards in Its Month-Long "Slabathon"
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Whatnot Is Auctioning Off 2,454 PSA-Graded Pokémon TCG Cards in Its Month-Long "Slabathon"

The massive collection contains 22 complete Wizards of the Coast sets.

 
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