In a fully automated communist system with post scarcity no money and goods distributed from each according to his abilities to each according to his need, how would this system address items that could not possibly be post scarcity
Example: I have collections of autographs from famous rappers. A Tupac autograph is worth a lot more money because he is deceased and no longer able to sign any more autographs, therefore this item can never be post scarce. How would a communist society handle such an item? Some rare non personal items like antiques from ancient societies could be put into a museum or library, but items of personal value beyond just a commodity market seems to be difficult to handle, you could use barter to trade it with another rare/collectible item, but that would be limiting who could have access to it. A market would allow you to buy this product without having to exchange another rare item in return. Such goods could be problematic in a communist society and potentially cause the rise of a black market. How can a communist society address this issue?