HGA Grades Topps Cards

Topps was founded in 1938, initially as a chewing gum company. It wasn’t until the 1950s when they ventured into the trading card industry, forever changing the landscape of collecting. One of the most iconic sets produced by Topps is the baseball series, With the 1952 Topps Baseball set often hailed as a pivotal moment in trading card history, featuring the rookie card of legendary baseball player Mickey Mantle.
Over the years, Topps expanded its offerings, releasing cards for other sports such as football, basketball, and soccer. They also ventured into the world of entertainment, with sets dedicated to movies, television shows, and even popular trading card games like Pokémon. Topps is known for constantly innovating and keeping up with the evolving demands of collectors. They have introduced various special edition sets, including limited-edition cards, autographed cards, relic cards, and cards with unique designs or inserts. Today, Topps continues to be a dominant force in the trading card industry. The Topps Card Company has left an indelible mark on the world of collecting. Their commitment to producing high-quality trading cards and fostering a passionate community has made them a go-to choice for collectors around the globe. Whether you’re an avid collector or just starting out, Topps cards offer a window into the world of sports, entertainment, and gaming.
HGA Grades Topps Cards
Importance of Grading Topps Cards
Graded cards often have a higher resale value and are more sought after by serious collectors to display, invest, and sell. It doesn’t matter if it is for personal collection or you are selling your cards, the first step to upgrading your collection is to get it graded.

Importance of Grading Topps Cards

Grading is an important part to any collector who wants to preserve, protect, and authenticate their collection. It doesn’t matter if your cards are vintage from the 1940’s or a modern color variation, grading your cards gives you assurance and piece of mind of the following points.

Condition Determination

A card’s grade can significantly influence its market value. A mint condition card can fetch prices exponentially higher than its worn counterparts.


Grading ensures the card’s authenticity, protecting collectors from counterfeit cards. As well as being labeled with the detailed information about the cards set, release and variation.


Once graded, cards are sealed in a tamper-resistant, protective case, preserving their condition. Allowing you to display and show off your cards without fear of damage or wear.

Our Unique Label Designs Enhance Your Topps Cards

At HGA, we understand that each card has its own story. With Topps having such a wide range of cards released, having that specially designed label to match is the perfect way to make your collection unique. Doesn’t matter if you are hunting aliens with X-Files or collecting the Bo Bichette Rainbow our label library will let you pick the perfect label for your cards.
Our Unique Label Designs Enhance Your Topps Cards

What Makes Grading With HGA Different

With the launch of HGA in 2021 a revolution in the grading industry began. HGA focuses on bringing a new focus to the many things that customers had been wanting from existing companies for years. Focusing on these 4 principles HGA continues to improve the grading process and strives to push grading to the next level.


Our hybrid grading approach combines the best of technology with human expertise, ensuring accurate and consistent grades.

Turnaround Time

We pride ourselves on our efficient grading process, ensuring you get your cards back in a timely manner. Your turnaround is guaranteed, or the grading is free of charge.

Customer Service

Our team is always available to answer any queries and guide you through the submission process. We’re committed to customer service.


With HGA, you’ll always know the status of your card, from submission to return.

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