Considering the relatively limited number that were sold before the model was discontinued (I don't know if anybody has any sort of estimate on that number),
my best estimate on the total numbers is around 1500,
more difficult is the split US-ROW, could be anything from 500-1000 or 1000-500.
With this model you have to take into account
a) the shoddy workmanship on the mirror top, which led to returns and discounts.
b) boring inlays
c) lack of LEDs
d) tone (basswood+rossewood+breeds) already available on the cheaper DBK
so it got a lot of criticism when released and was quickly pulled in favour of the VBK (essentially a BRMR without a vinyl top, but with vine neck)
I personally don't mind the lack of vine, but I would've preferred a non inlayed neck, sorta like a reinvented HAM.
If you want this exact tone and feel, it's still available in the VBK, if you want the flashiness of the BRMR, but not the gaudiness of the VWH/VBK, you're stuck for now.
Until Ibanez realise there are Jem fans out there that prefer the futuristic industrial look of guitars like the BRMR, HAM, BSB over 80s retro (20anniv) or trailer park chic (VWH).
It's going to be a classic JEM IMHO.
I'd say, don't sell it, if the top is flawless it's a keeper