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Professional Sports Authenticator at Hall of Fame on November 12

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11/03/2016

PSA/DNA, the autograph authentication division of Professional Sports Authenticator, will be at the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, Nov. 12 offering onsite authentication services. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Hall’s Event Center.

PSA/DNA provides authentication of autographs from the world of sports, music and entertainment, including autographed footballs, baseballs, photographs, and more.

“This event is an opportunity for sports fans to have their prized autographs authenticated by the largest third party authentication company in the collectibles hobby.  If you have autographs in your possession and would like to verify their authenticity for future generations, we look forward to seeing you at the Pro Football Hall of Fame on November 12,” stated PSA President Joe Orlando. 

Prices for authentication and grading average around $20 per item. For more information about authentication, grading, and prices visit www.PSAcard.com. Guests who have an autograph authenticated will receive free admission into the Hall of Fame.

Collectors who tour the Hall can enjoy the new Hunt/Casterline Pro Football Hall of Fame Card Collection exhibit at the Hall. The exhibit showcases the rarest, highest graded, and most valuable football card collection in the world featuring a rookie card for each Hall of Fame player to date. The most-significant pieces of the 300,000-plus collection that dates back to 1888 are displayed. The collection’s creators are Dan Hunt, President of FC Dallas and son of LAMAR HUNT, the Hall of Fame founder of the American Football League and Kansas City Chiefs; and Robert Casterline from Casterline Goodman Gallery, Partner.

The Hall of Fame is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. PSA/DNA will be accepting onsite autograph authentication submissions until 3:30 p.m.  Onsite grading for trading cards, tickets and packs is not being offered as part of the event.

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