Getting an autograph authenticated can be a difficult process, especially if you’re not sure what it entails and who the industry experts are. But if you have a signed sports card or other piece of memorabilia, getting that signature validated can be well worth it. Because the whole thing can be a little intimidating, we’ve created an infographic that breaks down the authentication process, the additional grading involved for autographed sports cards, and many other helpful tips you probably didn’t know. Just for fun, we’ve included information on some of the highest valued signed items ever sold, too. What are you waiting for? Check it all out below!
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