Grade Today for Tomorrow!

Fast-forward the value of your collection and preserve the history of home video.

Press Play with CGC Home Video

CGC Home Video is the division of Certified Guaranty Company (CGC) devoted to the expert grading of VHS and Betamax videocassettes, from blockbuster titles to cult classics. Let’s revolutionize home video collecting the way the VCR revolutionized at-home movie watching.


Part Expertise

The CGC Home Video graders combine experience, knowledge and passion to evaluate VHS and Betamax videocassettes accurately and consistently, using a nuanced 10-point numeric grading scale and letter grades for seals.

Part Protection

CGC Home Video’s superior holders for slipcases, clamshells, book boxes and drawer boxes are sleek, crystal clear and more protective than any other on the market. Security features include microprinting, UV ink, a QR code and more.

All Community

Videocassettes have become increasingly collectible as nostalgia for the media continues to grow. CGC Home Video is here to support the hobby with comprehensive news and resources, and we look forward to connecting at shows.

CGC guarantee seal

It’s Awesome! Totally Awesome!

Every cassette, case, sleeve and insert certified by CGC Home Video is backed by the industry-leading CGC Guarantee, which provides greater protection for both buyers and sellers. The CGC Guarantee bestows confidence, making it easier and safer to collect home video.

Some Grading Services Deserve a Little More Respect Than Others

CGC is the definitive leader in the certification of pop culture collectibles, with more than 10 million collectibles certified since 2000, including comic books, cards, video games and more that have achieved record prices at auction. Part of the Certified Collectibles Group, CGC is backed by the same ownership and senior management team as the world’s leading and largest collectibles certification companies.

Join and Submit Today!

CGC Home Video is accepting submissions. Send in your VHS and Betamax videocassettes to experience the future of home video collecting.

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