According to Coinopwarehouse, it sold in five hours. Someone in PA.
Honestly, it really bums me out that TAF is fetching this kind of money. It's my Grail pin and I was thinking I'd buy one someday -- and not a beater either -- for around $5000. Now I'm beginning to think that's a pipe dream.
A friendly Pinsider once told me that I might get a deal at the Allentown show. Another friendly Pinsider told me there'll be TAFs at Allentown, but they will not be cheap. So I went on youtube and watched the Pinfest videos from last year. There were TAFs. And the guys shooting the videos indicated, in more than one instance, that the TAFs are expensive. *sigh*
Perhaps I should stop before I start in this hobby. I mean, I really love pinball. But I'm an effing bartender. Maybe collecting is simply not for those of modest means. Or perhaps, at the very least, I need to give up on TAF and find a less sought-after pin to be my first. Still, I know I'll always want one. I've loved that pin since they were new in '92.