Held in Gettysbury, PA in conjunction with the Gettysburg Civil War Show, June 2007, the auction gallery sold 744 lots for a grand total of $6.5 million dollars.
One of the highlights of the show was Custer's Flag.
From Heritage Auction Galleries:
"Of course, the single item that probably got the most attention was the personal battle flag of General George Armstrong Custer," Hendershott said. "Hand-sewn for him by his wife, Elizabeth, this is the flag that proudly flew over Custer's troops as Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia on April 9, 1865. One of the most important flags in American military history, this proud banner brought an impressive $896,250."
Source: Heritage Auction Galleries