Collectors Universe Moves Offices

New Collectors Universe building
New Collectors Universe building

Collectors Universe (Nasdaq: CLCT) is relocating to a larger office building to streamline its authentication and grading services.

The company this month will move to 1610 E. St Andrew Place, Suite 150, Santa Ana, California 92, which is a short distance away, about five-minute away by car, from its current location on Alton Parkway.

"We’ve seen tremendous growth over the last few years, and now it is time to expand our doors to meet that growth," said Collectors Universe CEO Joe Orlando. "In a move that will improve operational efficiency and better accommodate our increasing business, we are thrilled to announce our new office."

The addresses for customer authentication and grading services are not affected and orders should continue to be submitted based on the address listed on submission forms. The only exception is for shipments sent via FedEx Ground. Those packages shipped to arrive in November can be mailed to the current address of 1921 E. Alton Parkway, Suite 100, Santa Ana, California 92705. FedEx Ground packages scheduled to arrive in December should be shipped to the new address.

Non-grading and FedEx Ground packages will be received at the Alton Parkway location up to Nov. 30, 2017.

Collectors Universe, Inc. is a publicly traded authentication and grading company that has certified over 66 million collectibles. The company has offices in the California, New Jersey, Paris, Hong Kong and Shanghai, and services coins, banknotes, trading cards, event tickets, autographs, professional model bats and gloves, photographs and memorabilia.

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Joe C.

Never heard of them.

Seth Riesling

Joe C. –

This parent company owns PCGS & other companies. PCGS is therefore the only third-party numismatic authentication & grading service company owned by the public who own their stock shares. All other grading services are privately-owned businesses (like NGC & ANACS & ICG).


Joe C.

Thanks, dude, for that info.

Joe Brown

sounds like a safe bet, just took a peak, $26.07 a share, $2.07 divy, over 8% intrest, i* like all that, just let the divys roll. If i* had the cash i* buy 100 shares for each, for my kids & 100 for me & sit on it for ever when. It shows me’ that collecting or what ever any one wants to call it of coins has grown cents i was 8, they have 3 in Asia & a few more here & where ever elese. I only been to a few small coin auction for kicks. The young… Read more »

Joe Brown

put a nice fountain in that walkway for the birds & ah few good size coins on the front of that building, i* could use that for my west*coast mansion. Don’t forget the big cement pond out back. smile*.

Seth Riesling

Joe Brown –

Funny! A new “mansion” business building with a cement pond & Ellie Mae’s critters out back! (For the employees & customers to enjoy). Plus an open bar in the lobby for guests waiting on their one-day “walk-through” express grading/authentication service! And of course, free all you can eat hors d’oeuvres while you wait to see if your coin grades 70 ! LOL.

Happy collecting! – Ya’ll Come Back Now…



Nice building, the stock had a little bump today UP $ 2.29 , the p/e is below 20, might take a little while could make some money with it.

Joe Brown

You got the right idea Seth, with the appertiezers & booze, diet coke for me tho, like they say you have to give to resea*ve, i’m still waiting to receive tho, kidding, i’ been rewarded many times over in my life so far. I’ll be the dd* just like here, everyone can pile into my stretch suv, can’t make in my mind what make *i would like. Buy all means i’m no stock “guru” *Texas*, the only reason i* say it’s a safe* bet* is Collectors Universe in 2007 was twelve dollars & change late in 08 was it’s lowest… Read more »