In the furthest corner of Woodstock Market is a treasure trove of rusty gold.
Our resident picker, Bobby Turk has filled his showroom the size of a four car garage with signs, stags, tools, tole trays, ironstone, boots, portholes and more.
Included in Bobby's wares are props from hit movies like the Wynne's Jewelry sign that appeared in the Oscar award winning film Driving Miss Daisy.
Last Fall Bobby sold a truckload of antique and vintage automotive pieces to producers of Fast and Furious 7.
Collectors spend hours in Bobby's space shuffling through hundreds of old photographs, vintage buttons and antique publications.
Housed in Bobby's case is the first post card ever issued by the United States Postal Service.
Bobby stocks vintage clothing and boots, military gear, rare enamel signs, and maritime antiques.
Among the artwork in his space right now are antique oil paintings and even an antique portrait of a Civil War soldier.
He always returns from the road with great trunks, pulleys, spools, suitcases, china and tools.
Bobby traverses the country every month searching for sought after antiques and selling along the way. Last year Bobby travelled to shows far and near like The Nashville Flea, Round Top, Brimfield, and The Indy Antique Advertising Show.
Last Summer was Bobby's first time selling at Brimfield. As he set out he wondered if he would know any other dealers at the show. "It wasn't long into the trip before I started hearing honks and seeing friends wave as they passed me on the road," Bobby recalls.
Through his network built across thousands of miles over decades in the business, Bobby can track down most anything.