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Not since the 1941 Play Ball series had there been a mainstream baseball card set, an unfortunate side-effect of World War II, until the 1948 Bowman collection loaded with "rookie cards" of players that had actually been in the league for many years. Six of those rookies went on to have Hall of Fame careers, led by St. Louis icon Stan Musial. By the time this rookie card of Stan Musial made it's way to the candy counter, he'd already won the National League MVP award twice, while missing a season for military service. The offered rookie card of Musial is graded PSA 8 and has avoided the poor centering and print issues that are so common to inaugural card releases. Offering up a central image of Musial that is beyond reproach and framed within a stunning white border that clearly outlines the card's near perfect centering. The reverse stands equally up to the task, delivering unusually bold black print on a remarkably bright cardboard canvas that is precise in clarity. It's one of the simplest most straightforward rookie cards of any Hall of Famer and that's part of it's unquestionable charm. A superb pasteboard in amazing NM/MT condition!
1948 Bowman #36 Stan Musial PSA 8 NM/MT
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