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Hank Aaron Baseball Card Guide

Find out how much your Hank Aaron cards are worth


Hank Aaron is a legend when it comes to power hitters.  "Hammerin' Hank" is known by many for breaking Babe Ruth's all-time record for career home runs, a record many thought would never be broken.  He played with the Milwaukee (and then Atlanta) Braves from 1954 through 1974 and one season with the Brewers. Hank was a model of consistency, hitting more than 24 home runs for 19 seasons in a row.  He is still the all time leader in RBI's, extra base hits, and total bases.  He finished his illustrious career with 755 home runs, 3771 hits, 2297 RBIs, and 25 all star game selections.  Aaron was elected into the baseball hall of fame in 1982.

Hank Aaron played during the "Golden Era" of baseball and is considered one of the greatest players of all time.  Aaron's cards of some of the most sought after, especially those released in the 1950's.  Issues and values of all base Topps and Bowman Cards will be shown below.


1954 Topps Hank Aaron #128

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1954 Topps Hank Aaron Rookie Value

1954 Topps is Hank Aaron's rookie card and first Topps issue.  It is his most desirable and valuable card, regardless of condition.  This is a card on many collector's wish list, as it is considered to be one of the hobby's classic rookie cards.


1955 Bowman Hank Aaron #179

1955 Bowman Hank Aaron Value

1955 Topps Hank Aaron #47

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1956 Topps Hank Aaron #31

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1957 Topps Hank Aaron #20

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1958 Topps Hank Aaron #30

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1959 Topps Hank Aaron #380

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