CGC Press Coverage

CGC and CGC-certified collectibles have made headlines around the world. Scroll below to see some of the latest press coverage.

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Tampa Bay Times

As sports card market goes wild, Tampa Bay card grading company cashes in

One of the first sports cards to come through the mailroom of Certified Collectibles Group was a 2003-04 Topps Chrome Refractor LeBron James rookie.

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ABC Action News

Collectibles industry is booming and Lakewood Ranch company is hiring 100 people to help

While many businesses have suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic, the value of collectibles has soared so much that Certified Collectibles Group in Lakewood Ranch is looking to hire 100 people.

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Bradenton Herald

Many people have collections of stuff. That’s good news for Lakewood Ranch business

While most of the world economy was shutting down during the coronavirus pandemic, comic book, sports card, coin, stamp and other collectors were driving a boom.

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Rare Blastoise Pokemon Card

L'Express

Unprecedented wind of madness on Pokémon cards

The franchise turns 25 and is experiencing an incredible craze for the sale of old cards, some of which have seen their prices explode with the pandemic.

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Rare Blastoise Pokemon Card

Nintendo Life

Rare Blastoise Pokémon Card Sells For $360k, Whilst A First Edition TCG Box Fetches $408k

We've witnessed some astonishing sales in recent months with Pokémon cards. Back in October, retired rapper Logic spent $226k on a first edition Charizard card and one student sold their Trading Card Game collection for $80k to pay for university. Not to be outdone, we've now seen a rare Blastoise card go for an eye-watering $360k.

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Mint condition Batman comic book

New York Post

Mint condition Batman comic book sells for $2.2M, breaking record

It’s the crown jewel of Batman comics. A vintage issue of “Batman #1” was bought for more than $2.2 million, breaking the record for the priciest Batman comic book ever sold.

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Copy of 'Action Comics' No. 1

USA Today

Copy of 'Action Comics' No. 1 sells for $3.21 million

The Man of Steel is more valuable than ever. A pristine copy of Action Comics No. 1, the first appearance of Superman in 1938, sold for a record $3,207,852 Sunday in an auction on eBay.

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