3 Toiletries; soaps, bath and shower preparations; shampoos; hair conditioners; cosmetics; perfumes, eau de colognes and aftershaves; sets including some or all of the aforesaid goods.
6 key fobs incorporating key chains or key rifts; figurines and ornaments; badges, buttons, pins and buckles; badges for vehicles and bars for use with such badges; all made of common metal or their alloys.
9 Audio, visual and audio-visual recordings including records, audio and video tapes, audio and video discs compact discs, digital audio tapes, CD-rom discs; computer games; interactive audio, visual and audio-visual products; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; telephone cards.
11 Hand held torch lights; lamps; lamp shades.
14 Jewellery including earrings; clocks and watches; badges, buttons, pins and buckles.
15 Musical instruments and parts and fittings therefor.
16 Printed matter; publications, books; magazines; newpapers; comics; periodicals; song books anand song sheets; posters; poster magazines; photographs; prints; pictures; postacards and postcard sets; wrapping and packaging materials; bags; playing cards; pens; pencils; eraser pencil sharpeners; pencil cases; pen cases; rulers; photographa albums; transfers (including decalcomania); stickers; stationery; birthday and Christmas cards; book markers; notepads; address books; jotters; diaries; stationery sets.
18 Articles made of leather or imitation leather bags; duffel bags; bootbags; holdalls; sports bags; trunks and travelling bags; shoulder bags; haversacks; shopping bags; bags for school; backpacks; purses and wallets; cart cases; cheque book cases; cases for keys; key fobs made of leather or imitation leather incorporating key rings of key chains; belts; umbrellas; stationery holders in the nature of wallets or cases made of leather or imitation leather.
20 Key fobs incorporating key chains or key rings; figurines and ornaments; all the aforsaid being made why or predominantly of plastics; pillows and becking.
21 Domestic utensils and containers; chinaware; glassware, porcelain and earthenware; combs; brushes; bothbrushes; ornaments.
24 Household linen; curtains; bed covers; pillow-cases; table covers; handkerchiefs; flags; banners and penants.
25 Articles of clothing; footwear; headgear; hand caps and baseball caps; T-shirts; sweatshirts; shirts; shorts; skirts; socks; articles of underclothing; jumpers; sweaters; scarves; jackets; coats; pyjamas; dressing gowns; articles of clothing for children and babies; articles of sports clothing.
26 Badges and ornaments, all for personal wear buckles and clasps, all for clothing; none of precious me s or coated therewith; buttons included in Class 26; patches; ribbons and braids.
27 Floor coverings; wall hangings; wallpaper and borders.
28 Toys; games (other than playing cards); dolls playthings; sporting articles; parts; fittings and accessories for all the aforesaid goods.
34 Smokers' articles; ashtrays; lighters; matches.
41 Music entertainment services; organising of concerts; production, mixing, re-mixing, arranging, distribution, compilation and publishing of musical works lyrics, computer games, interactive audio, visual and audio-visual products ans audio, visual and audio-visual recordings including records, audio and video tapes, audio and video discs computer discs, digital audio tapes, CD-rom discs; organising arranging, managing, conducting and/or performance of music and entertainment groups, events, shows, concerts, gigs, live and recorded performances, tours,interviews, personal and promotional appearances; consultancy and training relating to all of the above; music and artist agency services; production and distribution of books, magazines and pointed materials, all relating to musical entertainment.