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1948 Bowman Baseball Card Set

 


1948 Bowman Baseball Card Pack

    
1948 Bowman #6 Larry (Yogi) Berra Card.

Gum, Inc., a Philadelphia company founded by Jacob Warren Bowman in 1927, had produced a series of
baseball cards known as "Play Ball" sets from 1939 to 1941. Halting production during WW-2, they started
back producing sports cards in 1948 under the Bowman Gum, Inc. title. Their first baseball set as Bowman Gum
would be a 48 card set of black and white cards in a 2 1/16" x 2 1/2" size format.

1948 Bowman Baseball Cards Checklist

#1, Bob Elliott Rookie Card.
#2, Ewell Blackwell Rookie Card.
#3, Ralph Kiner Rookie Card.
#4, Johnny Mize.
#5, Bob Feller.
#6, Yogi Berra Rookie Card.
#7, Pete Reiser /Short Print.
#8, Phil Rizzuto Rookie Card / Short Print.
#9, Walker Cooper.
#10, Buddy Rosar.
#11, Johnny Lindell.
#12, Johnny Sain Rookie Card.
#13, Willard Marshall /Short Print.
#14, Allie Reynolds Rookie Card.
#15, Eddie Joost.
#16, Jack Lohrke /Short Print.
#17, Enos Slaughter.
#18, Warren Spahn Rookie Card.
#19, Tommy Henrich.
#20, Buddy Kerr /Short Print.
#21, Ferris Fain Rookie Card.
#22, Bill Bevens Rookie Card / Short Print.
#23, Larry Jansen Rookie Card.
#24, Dutch Leonard /Short Print.

 

#25, Barney McCosky.
#26, Spec Shea Rookie Card / Short Print.
#27, Sid Gordon.
#28, Emil Verban /Short Print.
#29, Joe PageRookie Card / Short Print.
#30, Whitey Lockman Rookie Card / Short Print.
#31, Bill McCahan.
#32, Bill Rigney
#33, Billy Johnson.
#34, Sheldon Jones /Short Print.
#35, Snuffy Stirnweiss Rookie Card.
#36, Stan Musial Rookie Card.
#37, Clint Hartung Rookie Card.
#38, Red Schoendienst Rookie Card.
#39, Augie Galan.
#40, Marty Marion Rookie Card.
#41, Rex Barney Rookie Card.
#42, Ray Poat.
#43, Bruce Edwards.
#44, Johnny Wyrostek.
#45, Hank Sauer Rookie Card.
#46, Herm Wehmeier.
#47, Bobby Thomson Rookie Card.
#48, Dave Koslo Rookie Card

 

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