Stan Musial Rookie Card Available in 1948 Bowman Baseball Set Break

You Can Own a Card from this Set Including Musial, Warren Spahn, Yogi Berra, and More!
  • September 14, 2023

A 1948 Bowman Stan Musial rookie card is the highlight of this complete set break available now through our sister company, Vintage Breaks. You could take home a card from this amazing, vintage set.

We're proud to team up with our sister company, Vintage Breaks, for this amazing 1948 Bowman baseball complete set break!

1948 BOWMAN BASEBALL SET BREAK

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  • All 48 cards in the set are included
  • Stan Musial rookie graded SGC 4
  • Warren Spahn rookie graded SGC 4.5
  • Bob Feller rookie graded 4.5
  • Yogi Berra rookie  graded SGC 3
  • Other Hall of Famers like Enos Slaughter, Ralph Kiner, Phil Rizzuto, and more!

The 1948 Bowman baseball complete set having only 48 total cards makes each card desirable; the set is filled with stars and legends from the early days of baseball. This is Bowman's first set of baseball cards, and is a key set in our hobby; this set brought a manufacture to place cards mainstream. The days of tobacco cards like the 1909 T206 set or the Goudey Babe Ruth gum cards from 1933 were in the past, and Topps had yet to to exist. 

You can see above the black and white release with cards measuring 2-1/16" by 2-1/2”, which is smaller than the standard card you see today (2-1/2" by 3-1/2").  In the top right above is Stan The Man Musial. Stan was 28 when this card was made. Before his rookie card was created, Stan already won a pair MVP awards and the World Series three times! Imagine having today seeing a player rack up these accolades and nobody around to make you a baseball card. Maybe that is why Stan is giving a little snarl in his photo? 

In that group of four cards above, the exact cards in the set break, is also Warren Spahn, winner of 363 games as a pitcher, Bob Feller, a man that tallied three no-hitters, and Yogi Berra, the man with the most World Series rings in his playing days (10). Here are a few more of the cards that will be in the set break - look at the beautiful, black and white photography here:

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As there are 48 cards in the break, only 48 spots in the break will be sold - this ensures that you will take home a card from the set. The list of names is always randomized LIVE on the show as the break occurs; you have the same chance as everyone else in the break to land the cards you desire. For example, after the randomization, if your name is in spot 36, card #36 is yours - the Stan Musial rookie!

Every spot you purchase will bring a vintage card from the 1948 Bowman  set to your personal collection. 

Travel back in time when you you heard your parents or your grandparents talked about collecting these cards the day they were released in grocery stores. A year when. popcorn sold on a mass scale for the first time, gas was 26 cents per gallon, and the world gave us legendary actor (and huge baseball fan), Billy Crystal. 

FOR ALL DETAILS AND TO PURCHASE A SPOT IN THE BREAK FOR JUST $150, CLICK HERE:

1948 Bowman Baseball Set Break

Here is a video with a set break of 1956 Topps baseball cards so you can see how the set breaks work:

 

If you have a Stan Musial rookie card or a complete 1948 Bowman baseball set that you're interested in selling, we are always interested in buying! We recently purchased several Musial rookies in the Seiko Collection.

 

WE ARE ALWAYS BUYING

Just Collect is always buying vintage sports and non-sports cards from 1879 to 1979 as well as select modern cards. If you have a collection that you are considering selling, contact us today to discuss or get our industry-leading purchase offer. If you have a collection that you want appraised, please contact us and we would be happy to discuss your collection and help you understand the real cash value of your collection in the current marketplace. Check out the Just Collect Buy List.

We always offer a FREE APPRAISAL for your collection here at the Just Collect site. Just click here:

FREE APPRAISAL

We offer may ways to evaluate your cards other than or using our website, too.

  • Travel to Us

If you can make the trip here like the son from my hometown did for this collection- we can make a deal at the office. We once met a father-son duo that drove eight hours from Virginia to meet us to sell a Michael Jordan rookie card stored in Tupperware since 1986 - great read here

  • Come to convention

We keep a LIST of card shows we'll be attending.  Come stop by the Just Collect table and chat.

  • Meet in-person

If you have a valuable collection and want us to come to you, we'll hop on the next plane out.

  • Meet in New York City

We have another location in New York you can meet us at; read all the information here.

  • SHIP your collection 

If you choose to mail your cards for an appraisal, we will evaluate your cards for FREE still. If you choose not to sell the cards, we'll ship them back shipping fees paid by us!  We can offer our FedEx account with 2-day shipping, fully insured, all covered by us. Simply contact the office to set up this option.

OUR BUYING PHILOSOPHY

We've run into a wide range of people and collections over the last 25 years. Although Just Collect is known for buying vintage sports cards and especially vintage baseball cards, we are also extremely interested in buying non-sports cards, too!  

Every collection and every collector is different and we treat EVERY collection with the respect and attention that we show for our own collections. We understand that many have put their heart and souls into building their collections. So when you're ready to sell, we understand the feelings that you're going through and will work with you to help you reach a decision that is a WIN/WIN, because if you're not happy, we're not happy.

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Whether you have vintage cards or modern wax you want to sell, you can reach out to us any time! 

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