The M16, M10 and M7 are known to be the top 3 rarest Mithril from the M range... why so? (I may know the answer but the purpose is to participate in this debate so I won't give all the details in the first post hehe)
Oki now tell us, why are they rare. I have the M10 myself
well it seems those three figurines had casting problems, and the moulds broke quite fast thus reducing dramatically the number of ever profuced figurines of this reference. in the end, there indeed were less for sale or stocks were out faster than the others.
since these were released in 1988 they were among the first to be removed from the catalogues and from the distributors and were thus very hard to get, already back in the early 90s..
this is the case for M16 at least. but I think the same occured for M10 and M7
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