Limited by a Postmark

Just what does this mean?
Listen up, because there will be a test:
A postmark creates a natural limitation in that it a. cancels the stamp, and b. sets a time, date and place in which it was applied (or when and where the item was mailed), as well as c., is only available once, and then never again.
The postmark was created in 1661, by the then-postmaster of Britain, Henry Bishop.  It has evolved greatly since those times, but the intent remains the same.

Once a postmark expires (they have a 30-day lifespan), they will never be made available again.  Each piece to date by NW Limited includes a postmark as well as the stamps relevant to the piece they grace.
For example, there are just 119 American Motorcycle pieces with the postmarks on their mats, which also have the stamps issued by the USPS. Once they’re gone, they’re gone. The edition will be closed.  Over.  Done.  Finito.

First Day of Issue postmark on an American Motorcycle.
This is a pictorial postmark issued for the American Motorcycle
series of stamps, issued August 7, 2006 at Sturgis, SD, home
of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.  119 are available by NW Limited…History in VogueTM

So what have we learned? 
Essay responses will be graded on brevity, form and sizeable cash inclusion will influence your grade. 
Don’t forget your name, homeroom and address so we can send your grades custom, limited (why and how are we limited?) piece by NW Limited…History in VogueTM to you!
Links:
Wikipedia Postmark

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