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    1989 Bowman Tiffany Baseball Unopened Factory Wrapped Set. After a 35-year absence from the hobby the Bowman name made its way onto baseball cards again in 1989 to much fanfare. The cards were over-sized once again and came just in time to herald in a new era in collecting along with a new player in the game named Upper Deck. Like Upper Deck, the key to the series is the rookie debut of HoFer Ken Griffey Jr. Other stars & HoFers include: George Brett, Bo Jackson, Paul Molitor, Gary Sheffield Rookie, Robin Yount, Kirby Puckett, Don Mattingly, Rickey Henderson, Lee Smith, Dennis Eckersley, Mark McGwire, Nolan Ryan, Roger Clemens, Greg Maddux, Ryne Sandberg, Wade Boggs, Jim Rice, Barry Bonds, Ozzie Smith, Tony Gwynn, Will Clark, Carlton Fisk, Cal Ripken Jr. The set comes in the original, specially designed box and outer plastic wrapper. Limited to just 6,000 sets, this set is #'d 4,397.

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    October, 2021
    23rd Saturday
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