Trusted partner - SCC
We are collectors too, we know..
1Collectibles is pleased to announce the establishment of our joint partnership with SCC - a trusted partner identified to be an established leading brand in our ever growing card community. With their highest level of quality and standards and our deep expertise, we endeavor to further the card community in Singapore, the local region and beyond.
Who is SCC?
SCC provides grading, consignment and breaking services.
How does it work?
To engage in the consignment & grading services of SCC, there are many options to explore to suit your convenience - you could either:
SCC values your time and effort, which means there’ll be minimal effort from the (consignment) consignee or (grading) subber. We do the bulk of the work for you - just indicate the services you intend to engage in and we’ll take care of the rest for you!
For those who drop-off packages at 1Collectibles, SCC will pick them up for processing.
SCC Drop-off Point
253 Ang Mo Kio Street 21, #05-183
1Collectibles Drop-off Point
511 Guillemard Road, Grandlink Square #02-20
How much will it cost?
Infographics for the price lists and fees (along with the fees and conditions) can be found below.
F . A . Q
What are the grading services that SCC uses?
SCC has dedicated communication channels with Professional Sports Authenticators (PSA), Sports Guaranty Corporation (SGC) and Hybrid Grading Approach (HGA).
How long do I normally have to wait?
The turnaround times for grading is largely dependent on the level of demand for the associated grading companies. The expected turnaround times will be made known to clients prior to the submission.
What courier services do you use?
As the services are located in North America, we utilise FedEx International Priority shipments to ensure that the shipping is expeditious and minimise risks in long shipping channels.
What about insurance in the case of a missing delivery?
We value cost-effectiveness and believe in providing a competitive price to our clients, therefore we do not insure the packages. As the needs and the demands of the community grows, we intend to establish an insurance policy with a suitable insurance provider - which may incur additional costs in the grading process.