Whether you are an experienced collector or just a fan, there is a fundamental point that should be very close to your heart: the correct conservation of your collections.
Unfortunately, 80% of collectors lose a part of their assets value over time due to poor conservation!
Not only that, but not having an objective method to evaluate its status, risks of:
Do you really want to risk compromising your collection?
If you want to know how to give it the right value, first of all you have to certify the overall state of preservation, through grading.
Grading is a system of certification of collectible goods that guarantees the originality of the item and certifies its state of preservation based on a scale in degrees.
Here’s how grading increases the value of your items:
They are transferred to enclosures that meet reliability and robustness criteria, suitable for preserving them over time; √ no risk of losing value over time.
They receive proof of originality from the field leading experts; √ 100% security of yours and any buyers that is not a fake.
They receive an official grading that differentiates the conservation state of your assets compared to others of the same type; √ greater value rather than the same item as other collectors.
Don’t risk it! Play ahead!
If your items don’t have any certifications, you risk:
As a seller: resulting to be a not too serious and professional seller.
As a buyer: purchasing items of lower value at a higher price because they’re not in the best conditions
“Stati di Conservazione” is the only Italian company recognized as competent to grant the state of preservation of your goods in an impartial and incontrovertible way
What does “Stati di Conservazioni” offer?
Depending on your preferences, you can choose two different types of grading:
Investment grading: in sealed packages *, ideal if you want to purchase and resell with the total “Stati di Conservazioni” guarantee;
Collection grading: in reopenable packages, perfect if you choose to adequately preserve your items, but don’t want to give up the idea of being able to “touch” and “smell” them, even with the utmost attention.
*Still for hard cases and trading cards
With Stati di Conservazione
you can grade your collectibles!