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Jim Telfer, "The Ice Cream Peddler," shows off his homemade ice cream bike Saturday to those attending the 20th annual Old Time Peddler's Faire at the Kern County Museum.

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Everything has a price tag on it at the annual Old Time Peddler's Faire on Saturday at the Kern County Museum.

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Hundreds strolled through the grounds of the Kern County Museum Saturday to enjoy and maybe purchase something at the annual peddler's faire.

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Shoppers, collectors, hobbyists and more attend the annual Old Time Peddler's Faire, Saturday, at the Kern County Museum.

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There are some fancy hairstyles on the mannequin heads at the annual Peddler's Faire.

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Katie Downs, left, and Brenda Downs at the Old Time Peddler's Faire.

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Kamille Hughes, left, and Janet Stevens at the Old Time Peddler's Faire.

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Krista Fraze, left, and Tiffany Fredericksen at the Old Time Peddler's Faire.

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Dalia and Manuel Hernandez at the Old Time Peddler's Faire.

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Lauryn Crist, left, and Tammie Dunn at the Old Time Peddler's Faire.

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Cassie Abraham at the Old Time Peddler's Faire.

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Mercy Ozaeta, left, Chelle Austin and Hillarie Richards at the Old Time Peddler's Faire.

It's all things antique at the Old Time Peddler's Faire at the Kern County Museum this weekend.

About 150 booths of finds for collectors are on display at what the organizer has described as the largest antique show in the southern San Joaquin Valley.

It runs until 5 p.m. Saturday, and continues from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday on the museum grounds, 3801 Chester Ave.

Admission is $18 early bird (good for both days); $12 general admission (good for both days), and children under 10 are free with paid adult. You can bring a new or gently used child's coat and receive $5 off admission.