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If you could ensure the resulting pollution to your own personal property, then you would arguably be entitled to polluting technology, but you can't. Since the results will be forced on everyone else on the planet, they have a legitimate rights-based argument for limiting your personal right to be a selfish douchebag.
Antiques might get a pass, but they would also be arguably the cause of civil damages, and as such be legitimately subjected to usage/ownership levies/tariffs/whatever to offset the pollutants.
So you might get to keep it, but you'll eventually be paying a pretty premium.