Excellent train of thought. The late years produced GLOWS can be very elusive to find. I have gotten requests from customers looking for many of those and, for me, they have been hard to find. Main reason is that these were purchased by customers who only have a couple of lighthouses in their homes for show. It's either because they just liked the looks of the piece or perhaps had visited the lighthouse and personally developed a connection with it. By the time these were released, the collector that had to have everything that HL produced was no longer collecting due to space or financial limitations, age, etc. These GLOWS are the ones that, when the piece has run its' course for the owner's interest, will either just be thrown away or will end up in a local thrift shop or "swap shop", or it's up in the attic or down in the basement with the old wall hangings and knick-knacks.