FLAPPER dresses that would suit Miss Fisher to flower-powered numbers and Victorian dresses were up for grabs at the Seams Old and Friends Vintage Sale on Saturday.
However, the jewel in the crown was what's believed to be King Edward VII's leather driving coat.
Sale organiser Keith Baverstock said the king had six coats but only two were left - one in Buckingham Palace and the other which was for sale at St Luke's Hall.
"This coat is believed to be his chauffeur's but 30-odd years ago it was sold and then 10 years ago I bought it at a big auction in London," he said.
"I have a fascination for history, vintage clothes and wanted the opportunity to own a coat that belonged to a king. My wife happens to have his wife's Queen Alexandra's beautiful ball gown from Paris so we thought we'd put the two together."
It was an event that no Darling Downs fashionista missed.
The coat is still for sale for about $3000.
"The royals won't authenticate anything but it was believed to have belonged to the chauffeur and normally that's what Royals did - they passed clothing on to ladies-in-waiting, maids or chauffeurs," Mr Baverstock said.