IGS WILL grade the following trading cards:
Licensed trading cards
All standard size trading cards (2 1/2″x3 1/2″ or smaller).
A wide variety of game used cards.
Autographed cards authenticated by card manufacturer.
IGS WILL NOT grade the following trading cards:
Unlicensed trading cards. (Example: Broder)
Cards larger than (2 1/2″x3 1/2″)
Autographed cards not authenticated by card manufacturer.
IGS retains the right to refuse the grading of any card that may have been repaired, altered, trimmed, or counterfeited. IGS uses a numeric one to ten grading scale to distinguish the quality of each trading card submitted by our customer(s). A “Ten” Grade is considered the best quality of product and a “One” Grade being the poorest quality of product. A numeric grade will be given to all trading card submitted that fall under the IGS “Cards Accepted For Grading” Terms and Conditions.
Trading Card Grading Scale
|Near Mint / Mint||NM-MT||8|
|Excellent / Mint||EX-MT||6|
|Very Good / Excellent||VG-EX||4|
IGS WILL grade the following trading coins:
United States Coinage.
U.S. bullion coins (1986 – present)
Commemorative United States Coinage.
Coins having a declared owner’s value of $500 or less.
IGS WILL NOT grade the following trading coins:
Pre-1935 U.S. Gold Coins
Problem Coins – Repaired, Altered or Counterfeit.
U.S. Gold Coins Before 1986
Coins with a declared owner’s value of over $500 per coin.
IGS uses a numeric and alphabetical grading scale to identify the overall condition of each coin submitted to us for grading. PO-1 is considered the lowest possible grade as opposed to MS70 or PR70 being considered as the highest possible grade. A numeric and alphabetical grade will be given to all coins submitted that fall under the IGS “Coins Accepted for Grading” Terms and Conditions.
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IGS WILL grade the following casino chips:
Casino chips made for U.S. casinos
Commemorative casino chips.
Both clay & metal casino chips
Out of play casino chips.
IGS WILL NOT grade the following casino chips:
Foriegn casino chips (outside the United States)
Chips not designed for casinos
Chips that appear to have been altered, repaired, or counterfited.
Casino chips larger than standard size.
IGS uses a numeric one to ten grading scale to distinguish the quality of each Casino Chip submitted by our customer(s). A “Ten” Grade is considered the best quality of product and a “One” Grade being the poorest quality of product. A numeric grade will be given to all Casino Chips submitted that fall under the IGS “Casino Chips Accepted For Grading” Terms and Conditions.
Casino Chip Grading Scale