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Now those who put the TH off until later due to its higher pricepoint/play value are trying to get one ASAP
I've seen people talk about it being a boring building but I know it was one for me that gave me a wow factor more than many of the others ever did. And, it is a Town Hall. Every community needs one.
I'd love to have the space to get road baseplates, move the modulars around on theirs so the curbs come to the edge of the studs, set the Town Hall back like that, etc. I just know my wife would demand our dining table back at some point!! :P
I don't see where this is a $1000.00 set. It is nowhere near as scarce as the CC, GG, and MS.
They were all out a similar length of time, but town hall was at a considerable price increase. Lego may not have made as many as a result. It could possibly be rare than those two. Only time will tell.
However, I think it is safe to assume that the CC, GG and MS were produced before the absolute explosion of Lego. Most of the notable collectable sets of that era - Carousel, VW Beetle, Taj Mahal, UCS SW had 'more' limited availability.
Lego sells on a universally larger scale, so even 'small' production sets are produced at comparatively higher volumes.
My guess would be that these were probably produced atleast at the same level as the FB or the UCS B-Wing on its production run. There should be plenty in the market for the forseeable future.