The SGC Card Registry is home to some of the hobby's finest collections. And it's growing every day!
If you are not already a member, register now for free, and browse all of our customers' sets or begin a registry set of your own!
The SGC Card Registry offers collectors some great benefits:
- Catalog your collection. Your registry sets serve as a database where you can store information about your collection and scans of your cards. This can be a helpful way to keep track of your collection.
- Track your upgrades. The SGC Card Registry ranks sets using a formula that weights your cards by grade and percentage of completion. As you upgrade your cards or add new ones, you can see tangible, mathematical improvements in the quality of your set.
- Meet other collectors. Interacting with other collectors on the SGC Card Registry is a great way to fill in your want lists, sell off your dupes, and meet new friends in the hobby.
- Share your collection with others. Registering your collection on the SGC Card Registry is a great way to show other collectors your cards!
- Compete to be the best. Many set builders who strive for top-condition sets love the competitive aspect of set building. The SGC Card Registry lets you compare your sets with other SGC Collectors, and strive to have the highest-graded set!
After inputting your set into The SGC Card Registry we automatically calculate your:
- Average Set Score - The ratio of all your card grades in a particular set divided by the total amount of cards that you have.
- Average Weighted Set Score - The ratio of all your card grades in a particular set (taking into account the SGC Power Rating assigned for the cards that you have in the set) divided by the SGC Power Rating for only the cards that you have in the set.
- Percentage Completion - The proportion of cards that you have in relation to the amount of cards in the set.
- Set Superiority - The ratio of all your card grades in a particular set (taking into account the SGC Power Rating assigned for the cards that you have in the set) divided by the SGC Power Rating for all the cards in the set.