What Pokémon TCG Cards does CGC Trading Cards Grade?

Posted on 10/21/2020

Here's a complete list of languages accepted by CGC Trading Cards.

English

All standard-sized English cards are eligible to be graded.

Japanese

All standard-sized Japanese cards are eligible to be graded.

Chinese

Base Set, ex Legend Maker

Dutch

All standard-sized Dutch cards are eligible to be graded.

French

All standard-sized French cards through Sword and Shield Base Set are eligible to be graded.

German

All standard-sized German cards through Sword and Shield Base Set are eligible to be graded.

Italian

All standard-sized Italian cards through Sword and Shield Base Set are eligible to be graded.

Korean

Base Set

Polish

All standard-sized Polish cards are eligible to be graded.

Portuguese

All standard-sized Portuguese cards through Sword and Shield Base Set are eligible to be graded.

Russian

All standard-sized Russian cards are eligible to be graded.

Spanish

All standard-sized Spanish cards through Sword and Shield Base Set are eligible to be graded.

Please note: Some foreign promo cards may be rejected if CGC Trading Cards is not able to discern their origins. Additionally, new cards that are not already in the database may incur delays in the grading process.

***

CGC Trading Cards provides expert and impartial authentication, grading and encapsulation services for virtually all Pokémon TCG and Magic: The Gathering cards. Its graders use a highly accurate, industry-standard 10-point grading scale and evaluate cards using advanced equipment, including devices that perform ultra-microscopic inspections and precisely calculate centering. After cards have been authenticated and graded, they are encapsulated in the CGC Trading Cards holder, which combines crystal-clear optics and advanced archival materials for the best in display and protection. Learn more at CGCcards.com


Stay Informed

Want news like this delivered to your inbox once a month? Subscribe to the free CGC eNewsletter today!

Thanks!

You've been subscribed to the CGC eNewsletter.

Unable to subscribe to our eNewsletter. Please try again later.

Articles List