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Grading Prices

1-9 Cards


7-10 Business Days

Value of each card up to 1,500

10-19 Cards


10-12 Business Days

Value of each card up to 1,500

20 + Cards


20 Business Days

Value of each card up to 1,500

Cards over the value will be price adjusted once grading is completed.

Our team of specialists are passionate about new technologies & progress in the grading industry.

At Collector Certified Grading (CCG), we are proud to be at the forefront of innovation in the collectibles industry. Our new NFC (Near Field Communication) embedded chip is a true industry first, and provides a new level of protection and convenience for your collectibles.

With this new technology, all of the information about your graded and encapsulated items is stored directly on the chip, including a unique serial number and a QR code for easy access to the information. The NFC chip provides a tamper-evident and secure way to verify the authenticity and value of your items, making it easier than ever before to protect your investment.

At CCG, we understand the importance of preserving the value and authenticity of your collectibles, and our new NFC embedded chip is just one of the many ways that we are delivering on that commitment. As the first company to offer this technology, we are confident that our grading and encapsulation services will provide the best protection and peace of mind for your collection.

So if you’re looking to enhance the protection and value of your collection, trust CCG to provide the best in grading and encapsulation services. With our new NFC embedded chip, you can be confident that your collectibles are secure and protected for years to come.



The grading process is a critical part of a grading and encapsulation service like Collector Certified Grading. Here’s an overview of how the grading process typically works:

  1. Receiving Cards: The first step is to receive the cards that need to be graded. Customers can either send the cards directly to the company or drop them off at a designated location.

  2. Initial Inspection: The next step is an initial inspection of each card. This may involve visual inspection, measurement, and other tests to determine the overall condition of the card and its authenticity.

  3. Grading Criteria: The grading process is then carried out by a team of professional graders who use a set of established criteria to evaluate the card. The criteria may include factors such as the card’s condition, centering, corners, edges, surface, and more.

  4. Grading Scale: The grading process is typically done using a 10-point grading scale, where 10 is considered near-perfect and 1 is considered poor. The graders will assign a grade to each card based on their assessment of its condition and authenticity.

  5. Grading Report: After the grading process is complete, a grading report is generated for each card. The report includes information about the grade assigned to the card, any notable features or flaws, and other relevant information.

  6. Review and Approval: The grading report is then reviewed and approved by a team of senior graders or quality control specialists to ensure accuracy and consistency.

  7. Encapsulation: After the grading report has been approved, the card is then encapsulated in a protective casing. This provides a tamper-evident seal and protects the card from further damage.

  8. Shipping: After the encapsulation process, the graded and encapsulated cards are then shipped back to the customer.

The grading process is designed to provide a consistent, accurate, and reliable assessment of each card’s condition and authenticity. This helps to ensure that collectors, investors, and other card enthusiasts have confidence in the value of their collections.