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    1948 Bowman Stan Musial #36 PSA NM-MT 8. It would take the talents of Willie Mays in full bloom to question Musial as the N.L. standard against which other ballplayers were measured. The MVP awards, the batting titles, and the remarkable longevity with just one franchise ensured plenty of loyalty for Musial from the fans. In Baltimore, you just don't say a critical word about Cal Ripken, Jr. and in St. Louis, the same status is true of Musial. Offered is his 1948 Bowman rookie debut. This item's eye appeal is second to none, with a beautifully developed and sharply printed image and perfectly clean surfaces. The reverse is solidly inked and largely unaffected by a lone dot of stock imperfection. A Stan Musial rookie card of high caliber is mandatory for inclusion in a worthy Hall of Fame collection. This very clean card with admirable centering fits a tall order. Graded PSA NM-MT 8.


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    August, 2019
    17th-18th Saturday-Sunday
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