Pokémon Card Grading

Oxley Grading is an official PSA dealer that serves as Singapore's largest and most popular Pokémon card grading submissions provider.

They were established in 2020 to address the acute demand for trustworthy, ethical and reasonably priced card submission services. They also pride themselves on running an ethical operation that is aimed at promoting the hobby and their beloved #OxleyUnite community.

Today, they are trusted by the wider community to grade all sorts of trading cards. In particular, many submitters turn to Oxley Grading to help them grade their Pokémon cards with companies such as PSA, BGS, and CGC.

Try out their free pre-grading services and submit your Pokémon cards for grading today!

FAQs About Pokémon Card Grading

Learn more about Pokémon card grading with our comprehensive series of FAQs:

What is Pokémon card grading, and why is it important?

Pokémon card grading is the process of evaluating a card's condition and assigning it a numerical grade that reflects its overall quality.

It is important for collectors as graded cards provide a standardized and objective measure of a card's condition, rarity, and value.

How does the grading process work?

The grading process involves a third-party grading company assessing a card's centering, corners, edges, and surface condition.

Cards are then assigned a numerical grade on a scale from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest and indicating pristine condition.

Which grading companies are reputable for Pokémon cards?

Several reputable grading companies specialize in Pokémon cards, including:

  • PSA (Professional Sports Authenticator)
  • BGS (Beckett Grading Services)
  • CGC (Certified Guaranty Company)

What factors do graders consider when assessing a Pokémon card's condition?

Graders evaluate centering, corners, edges, and surface quality.

Centering refers to how well the image is centered on the card. Corners, edges, and surface condition assess any wear, scratches, or imperfections.

How does grading impact a Pokémon card's value?

Generally, higher-graded cards command higher prices in the market due to their perceived rarity and superior condition. Graded cards also provide assurance to buyers about the card's authenticity and condition.

On a whole, cards such as vintage Pokémon cards and modern Pokémon alternate art chase cards can be worth a ton - especially so if they're highly sought after by collectors.