East Texas was represented on the floor, but many of the collectors were from other parts of the state and other parts of the country.
All the vendors KETK spoke with say they love coming to texas, and East Texas in particular, because of the friendly atmosphere, and the community's love for history.
The event started Friday and went until today at four, and organizers tell KETK it was one of the largest crowds.
Last year the show raised nearly twenty-five thousand dollars for local scholarships benefitting women.
Tickets were ten dollars, and that covered your cost for the entire weekend.
And many of the vendors have known one another for years, by meeting at events such as this, and they share the same appreciation for their trade.