This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most iconic concerts of all time and you can own a piece of it.

Steve Gold was in the Bethel area after the show when he was 15 years old, according to New York Upstate. He was helping his girlfriend's father clear up some of the wood from the stage.

Two years ago, Steve Gold remembered what that father told him about the wood. So, he began searching and finally found plywood that was distinctly from the 1969 stage. The wood had paint patterns seen in photographs from the show as well as the original stage manufacturer's logo.

Partnering with his ex-girlfriend and the Museum at Bethel Woods, they all verified that the wood was authentic. Gold is now selling those pieces on his website Peace of Woodstock stage. You can get pieces of the stage in small frames for $299 up to $499 for larger frames. You can also buy pendants of peace symbols and even some of the sawdust!