1955 Bowman Baseball Set Break Including Mickey Mantle Available

1955 Bowman Baseball Set Break Including Mickey Mantle Available

You have the opportunity to own a card from the amazing 1955 Bowman baseball set. See how you can join our card breaks with your chance at a graded cards of Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, and more!



1955 Bowman baseball has the iconic "TV" design. You can see on the four cards above that wood boarder with the tube in the middle, just like the television sets you remember as a kid. You had to go "warm up" the TV before before changing the dial to find your favorite show. This this set ended up being the final release for Bowman baseball cards until they returned in 1989. If you were a Mickey Mantle fan, this was the only set you could find number 7 in, too; he had a contract with Bowman in 1954 and 1955 and was not in a Topps release either year. These four cards above are the exact cards from the set break.

Highlights include:

  • Mickey Mantle graded SGC 4
  • Hank Aaron graded SGC 3
  • Willie Mays graded SGC 4.5
  • Ernie Banks graded SGC 3.5
  • Yogi Berra graded SGC 3 
  • + more stars and Hall of Famers!

As there are 320 cards in the set, only 320 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 #202 after the random, you will take home card #202, Mickey Mantle!

Take a trip back to when Hank Aaron and Ernie Banks were in their second year of ball, just kids on their way to the Hall of Fame. In 1955 when Disneyland first opened it's doors (July 17th), NORAD began tracking Santa Claus for you, Bill Haley & his Comets had the top song for several months with Rock Around The Clock, and the price of gas was 29 cents per gallon (if only...). 



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


We also have sealed packs and boxes available to break for you, too! Remember when we broke a 1955 Bowman baseball cello pack and pulled a pack-fresh Mickey Mantle live at the National? If you haven't seen that, make sure to check out the video HERE.


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!


If you have any questions about a product, break, shipping, or even if you're interested in SELLING a collection, reach out any time!


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