1933 Goudey Baseball Complete Set Break Including Babe Ruth Available

1933 Goudey Baseball Complete Set Break Including Babe Ruth Available

You have the opportunity to own a card from the the 1933 Goudey baseball set with our newest complete set break. See how you can join our card breaks with your chance at a graded cards of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmy Foxx, Tris Speaker, and a card from a SPY!



The 1933 Goudey baseball set has 240 cards in full and were released at a tough time here in the US; the middle of the Great Depression. Goudey releasing the card set was a risk during a time when most anyone could barely afford a few cents on such luxury like the pack of gum these cards were distributed in. The checklist is stocked with stars, In fact, there are FOUR different Babe Ruth cards in the 1933 set, and two Lou Gehrig cards. You can see the exact cards from this set break featuring the iconic Yankees duo above. The Great Bambino is holding a bat in card 181, perhaps waiting to get up the plate. Ruth is swinging a bat in card 144, maybe launching one of his 714 career home runs. Cards 53 and 149 have the same post but offers a different background; you can see one with a red back and one with a yellow back. There is no difference on the front of cards 92 and 160, both featuring The Iron Horse at-bat, swinging for the fences. 

Highlights include:

  • Babe Ruth #53 graded SGC 3
  • Babe Ruth #144 graded SGC 2.5
  • Babe Ruth #149 graded SGC 1
  • Babe Ruth #181 graded SGC 1
  • Lou Gehrig #92 graded SGC 2
  • Lou Gehrig #160 graded SGC 4
  • Tris Speaker #89 graded SGC 4.5 - 3,000 hit club and still owns the MLB record for most career doubles with 792
  • Jimmy Fox #154 graded SGC 1.5  -Triple Crown winner and owner of 3 AL MVP awards (1932, 1933, and 1938) 
  • Rogers Hornsby #188 graded SGC 1 - Hit .358 for his career and won two Triple Crowns
  • Mel Ott #207 graded SGC 1 - The first player in the NL to reach 500 career home runs
  • Mo Berg #158 graded SGC 2.5 - Was a SPY

Wait- Mo Berg was a spy? Yes! Take a close look at the Morris (Mo) Berg card in the middle row, first card, in the picture below. You can see Berg in the catcher position, waiting to throw the ball back out to the field. Berg had an average career in baseball, tallying 441 hits, but his post-baseball job was as a SPY for the US Government. The man spoke as many as 12 different languages and was sent to possibly assassinate a physicist named Werner Heisenberg if Berg could determine that he was close to making an atomic bomb. Paul Rudd played Berg in the movie The Catcher Was a Spy. THIS would be a cool card to land in the set break.



As there are 239 cards in the set, only 239 spots in the break will be sold - this ensures that you will take home a card from the set. The list of name 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 - If you land on spot #144 after the random, you will take home card #144, Babe Ruth! 

So much has changed since these cards rolled out of the factory. When you open up the package from us and hold your 1933 Goudey card in your hands, you're going back to at time when a gallon of gas was 18 cents, TVs weren't available to buy for your home (not until 1939!), and prohibition still existed.



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



Vintage Breaks offers THE BEST VALUE IN BREAKING.

When you check out for a spot on the site, the price you see is the price you pay. Taxes and shipping are included!  Your cards always come protected in holders.  The last time you mailed a package out had to have set you back more than three bucks, right?  If you buy a $3.00 spot, you get your card holdered and shipped for that price.

Lack of product in stores has been a problem; we see the same empty shelves that you do.  If you can't find cards, Vintage Breaks is your solution.

FUN!  Cards are our passion!  Isn't is just more fun to chat with other collectors? Come hang with us and other collectors just like you during our breaks!  

A Vintage Breaks, we have our main breaking show in New Jersey (The North), to go with our night owls in the South (Georgia), and the West (Arizona).  You can always check our CALENDAR to see when we're breaking.


If you have sealed wax, vintage or modern, that you are considering selling, contact us today to discuss or get our industry-leading purchase offer.  We're always interested in both sealed product of both sport and non-sport.  Whether you have that pack of 1977 Star Wars, that rare 1955 Bowman cello pack, a wax box of 1984 Topps football, Pokémon, or 2019 Panini National Treasures basketball you'd like to sell, we'd love to hear from you!


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