Hank Aaron Rookie Card Available in a 1954 Topps Baseball Set Break

Hank Aaron Rookie Card Available in a 1954 Topps Baseball Set Break

Your chance to own a Hank Aaron rookie card is here today! This iconic card of The Hammer is available in a new set break for the COMPLETE set of 1954 Topps baseball cards and you could buy a spot now. Not only is Aaron in the set but so are legendary players like Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Ted Williams, and more. See how you could own a card from this beautiful set.



  • All 250 cards in the set are included
  • Hank Aaron rookie card graded SGC 3
  • Ernie Banks rookie graded SGC 5
  • Al Kaline rookie graded SGC 4
  • Jackie Robinson graded SGC 5.5
  • Willie Mays graded SGC 4
  • Other Hall of Famers like Ted Williams, Yogi Berra, Duke Snider, and more!

The 1954 Topps complete set having only 250 cards makes each card desirable; the set is filled with stars. Did you know there are TWO Ted Williams cards in this set? Teddy Ballgame is card #1 and card #250! He returned from his military service that year. We love that Topps did this for one of the greatest ever to play the game. You may recall that Williams joined the Navy Reserve during WWII but was then called back into duty during the Korean War where he flew on 39 missions! Below you can see card #250 with Williams swinging for the fences in the action shot and giving us a classic smile in the posed shot. This card is graded SGC 4.


As there are 250 cards in the break, only 250 spots in the break will be sold - this ensures that you will take home a card from the set. The list of names 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, after the randomization, if your name is in spot 10, card #10 is yours - the Jackie Robinson card!

Every spot you purchase will bring a vintage card from the 1954 Topps set to your personal collection. 

This set, with the vibrant colors in the background really pops in the "tux" look that SGC holders provide. The eight cards you see above are the exact cards from this set break. Look how young Hank Aaron and Ernie Banks look in their rookie cards above, too. Aaron waiting to field a ball and Banks looking to zero in on a pitch. A rookie Al Kaline could be kneeling in the on-deck circle with the bat in that card you see. Jackie Robinson making a spectacular play in the field perhaps on his card here. Willie Mays in that yellow background next to Ted Williams might be slugging one of his 660 career home runs. Whitey Ford in blue with a ball in his hand in the year he made his first All-Star team. Last but certainly not least is three-time MVP Yogi Berra with the green background, holding his glove out - maybe waiting for that pitch from Ford?

Travel back in time when you collected this set as a kid or you heard your dad tell you stories about opening up these wax packs in search of his favorite cards. Back in 1954 when a color TV set from RCA was $1,000 (about 10,547.06 today!), and Mr. Sandman was ready to bring you a dream as The Chordettes played on the radio.




Here is a video with 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!


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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