3 Perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, preparations for cleaning, caring for and improving hair, dentifrices, deodorants for personal use, soaps, washing lotions, sun-tanning preparations (included in class 3); cosmetics and make-up;
6 Roller blinds and jalousies of metal for furniture.
9 Electric, electrotechnical and electronic apparatus, equipment and instruments, included in class 9; scientific, controlling, measuring, signalling, counting, recording, monitoring, checking, switching and regulating equipment and similar apparatus and instruments; apparatus, instruments and equipment for telecommunications; optical image viewers with three-dimensional graphic representation; apparatus for receiving, recording, transmission, processing, transforming, output and reproduction of data, speech, text, signals, sound and images, including multimedia apparatus; electronic entertainment goods, namely radio and television receivers, sound and/or image recording and reproduction apparatus, including such goods in portable form and for digital image-sound signals; apparatus for interactive television viewing; apparatus for receiving and transforming encoded signals (decoders); apparatus, including multimedia apparatus, for connecting and controlling audio, video and telecommunications apparatus and computers and printers, including such apparatus with electronic program management and control for interactive television viewing and/or pay TV; electronic program guides; operating software and other software for the aforesaid apparatus, instruments and equipment; data processing equipment and computers, buffer memories, computer chips, disks, cables, drives, terminals, printers, keyboards, monitors and other peripheral apparatus for computers; computer game accessories comprising disk memories, manual controls and television games apparatus; video, computer and other electronic games adapted for use with television apparatus; automatic vending machines, automatic gaming and entertainment machines, including video and computer games (including token or coin-operated); accessories for computers, videos and computer games and similar electronic and electric apparatus, namely joysticks, manual controls, control apparatus, adapters, modules for expanding functions and extending memory capacity, speech synthesisers, light pens, electronic 3-D spectacles, programmed and non-programmed cassettes, floppy disks and cartridges and modules; boxes for storing cassettes and cartridges, program recorders, numerical keypads, floppy disk stations principally comprising floppy disk drives, microprocessors and control electronics; electronic data processing apparatus, including monitors, input apparatus, output apparatus, printers, terminals and memories, including such apparatus being additional apparatus for a main piece of apparatus; computer programs on floppy discs, tapes, cassettes, cartridges and modules, disks, compact discs, films, punched cards, punched strips and semi-conductor memories; electronic data carriers; video games (computer games) in the form of computer programs recorded on data carriers; computer and video game cassettes, floppy disks, cartridges, disks and tapes and other programs and databases recorded on machine-readable data carriers, included in class 9; pre-recorded and blank sound recording carriers, in particular recording discs, compact discs, sound tapes and sound cassettes (compact cassettes); pre-recorded and blank image carriers (included in class 9), in particular videodisks (optical discs), compact discs (CD-videos, CD-ROMs and CDIs), video films, video cassettes and video tapes; exposed films; photo CDs; photographic, cinematographic, optical and teaching apparatus and instruments; pre-recorded magnetic, magneto-optical and optical carriers for sound and/or image; coded telephone cards; parts for all the aforesaid goods; spectacles, spectacle frames and parts of spectacles of precious metals or their alloys; electronic apparatus for games adapted for use with television receivers only.
12 Land, air and water vehicles for leisure activities, in particular bicycles, surfing apparatus and boats; parts for land, air and water vehicles; bicycle accessories, namely dress guards for bicycles, bags for bicycles, luggage carriers for bicycles, bicycle bells, bicycle pumps; car accessories, namely safety seats for children, seat covers, decorative buttons for gear shift levers of metal, plastic or wood, sun visors, sun protection for vehicle windscreens of foil or plastic, car seats, children's seats, surfboard carriers, bicycle carriers, roof racks, in particular ski carriers and roof boxes of metal and plastic, coverings for mountings of plastic; prams and parts thereof.
14 Goods of precious metals and their alloys or coated therewith, namely works of art, decorative objects, tableware (except cutlery), epergnes, key rings, photograph and picture frames, ashtrays, jewellery, precious stones; fashion jewellery, cuff links, tie pins, tie clips; buckles, badges, bracelets, bangles and ankle rings and chains, necklaces, brooches, dangling earrings; horological instruments, in particular wristwatches, wall, table and grandfather clocks; chronometric instruments; parts for the aforesaid goods; cases and containers for the aforesaid goods;
16 Book sleeves.
18 Goods made from leather and imitations of leather (included in class 18); shopping bags, travelling bags, sports bags, leisure bags, swimming bags, beach bags, pouches, carrier bags, handbags, school bags, satchels, bags for children, briefcases, attaché cases, trunks, valises, clothing bags, rucksacks, shoe pouches, shoe bags, net shopping bags, shopping baskets, wash bags, women's toilet bags, make-up bags and other containers not specifically designed for the objects being carried, made of knitted or woven natural or synthetic fibres, leather or imitations of leather or plastic,; small leather goods, in particular purses, pocket wallets, key wallets and pencil cases, shoulder straps; animal skins; saddlery (included in class 18); umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks;bags, pouches, rucksacks, backpacks, travelling sets, cases, purses, pocket wallets and key wallets of textile material.
20 Furniture, including furniture of metal, plastic, glass and/or acrylic glass and leather furniture, and furniture parts; office, studio, garden, camping and children's furniture; mirrors, picture frames; beds, namely frames, mattresses and pillows and upholstered beds; goods of wood or wood substitute materials, namely panels, picture frames, decorations, decorative articles, pegs, clothes hangers, barrels, taps, boxes, chests, carved or turned works of art, decorative objects, profile, form and decorative strips, wall lattices, handles, curtain rails; goods of plastic, namely picture frames, decorations, decorative articles, containers (except for household and kitchen use), bottle caps and stoppers, clothes hangers, hooks, barrels, curtain poles, rails and runners, rivets, chests, furniture and door fittings, profile, form and decorative strips, screws, stakes for plants or trees, pegs, tanks, packing containers; goods of cork, reed; cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl and meerschaum, included in class 20; stepladders; letter boxes (not of metal); inflatable lilos and airbeds; cushions; containers of plastic for packaging.
24 Woven and knitted fabrics (included in class 24); textile goods, namely fabrics, curtains, blinds, household linen, table and bed linen; bed and table covers; textile imitations of leather; textile labels for clothing and textile products (including iron-on labels), fabric badges, wall hangings of textile; bath towels and hand towels; handkerchiefs of textile.
25 Clothing, including sportswear and leisurewear; training suits, gymnasts' trousers and vests, football shorts and shirts, tennis shirts and shorts, bathing and beachwear, swimming trunks and swimsuits, including bikinis; corsetry, underwear; children's clothing, clothes for newborn babies; rompers; shoes, footwear and boots, including shoes and boots for sports and leisure; belts; stockings, tights, socks; neckties, including ties; gloves; headgear, including headbands and sweatbands;
28 Games and playthings (including electronic); jigsaw puzzles, puzzles; masks for dressing-up (games), hobby and model building sets (games), toy figures of plastic, wood, rubber, porcelain and other materials; toy cars and toy lorries; toy hats; video games (computer games); games and playthings (including electronic), included in class 28; electronic apparatus for games with and without video screens, not adapted for use with television receivers only; computer games; electronic pocket games; entertainment equipment and apparatus, namely swings, inflatable swimming pools and swimming playthings, slides, sandpits, skateboards, surf boards, roller skates, ice skates; soft toys and rag dolls and figures of fabric, fur and other materials; dolls and dolls' clothes; balloons; gymnastic and sporting articles (included in class 28); fitness, ski, tennis and angling apparatus; skis, ski bindings, ski poles, edges for skis, coverings for skis; balls, including sports and games balls; dumb-bells, shot puts, discuses, javelins; tennis rackets and parts therefor, in particular grips, strings, grip bands and lead bands for tennis rackets; table tennis bats, badminton rackets, squash rackets, cricket bats, golf clubs and hockey sticks; tennis balls and shuttlecocks; roller-skates and ice-skates; tables for table tennis; gymnastics clubs, sports hoops, nets for sporting purposes, goal posts and ball nets; sports gloves, in particular goalkeepers' gloves and gloves for skiing and cycling; knee, elbow, ankle and shin guards for sports purposes, bags for sports equipment, specially designed for the objects to be carried therein, golf bags, tennis racket, table tennis bat, badminton racket, squash racket, cricket bat and hockey stick bags and covers; decorations for Christmas trees; shoes, caps, belts and aprons for dolls; gloves for cross-country skiing; start and finish banners, tapes and awnings for sports events; sight screens for tennis courts.
29 Meat, fish and poultry products and charcuterie, meat and fish extracts, preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, poultry, fruit and vegetable jellies, prepared meat, fish, poultry, vegetable and fruit salads, gelatine for food, gelling agents for home-made jams and marmalades, jams, eggs, milk, including sour milk, butter and condensed milk, milk products, namely butter, cheese, cream, yoghurt, quark, kefir, curd cheese, crème fraîche, desserts of yoghurt, quark and/or cream, mixed milk drinks (milk predominating, also with added fruit), milk drinks, also with added fruit,; dried milk for food, edible oils and fats, meat, fish, fruit, vegetable and soup preserves, including the aforesaid preserves being frozen; prepared meals, being preserves and frozen food, mainly of meat and/or fish and/or vegetables and/or prepared fruit and/or pasta and/or potatoes and/or rice. Pickled fruit and vegetables, stock cubes, soups, prepared food for vegetarians of plants, vegetables and/or prepared fruit, herbs, nuts and cereals; albumen concentrates and preparations, being additives for food or for preparing meals; vegetable protein for making foodstuffs (other than beverages), in particular made from soya beans; tofu; spreads, creams and pastes made mainly from vegetables, fruit, cereals, herbs, grains, flower pollen and/or spices; mixtures mainly of cereals or prepared vegetables for making vegetarian rissoles; vegetarian sausages and cutlets mainly of soya, fruit and vegetable puree, fruit and vegetable pastes, including nut paste, fruit slices made of dried fruits.
30 Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, glucose for food, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee, coffee and tea extracts; cocoa powder; coffee, tea, cocoa or chocolate drinks (including instant drinks); mixed milk drinks with added cocoa or coffee; flour; cereals for human consumption, in particular oat flakes or other cereal flakes, including sweetened, spiced or flavoured cereals for human consumption; food preparations made from the aforesaid cereal products, in particular breakfast foodstuffs and snacks, including breakfast foodstuffs and snacks in mixtures with dried fruit and nuts; potato flour, semolina, pasta, prepared pasta dishes and pasta preserves; bread, biscuits, cakes and other pastries, in particular savoury biscuits, pretzels and sweet biscuits being snacks; long-life pastry, in particular crisp breads, gingerbread and biscuits; chocolate; confectionery, in particular chocolate products and pralines, including confectionery with a filling of fruit, coffee, non-alcoholic drinks, wine and/or spirits, and of milk or milk products, in particular yoghurt; ices and powder for ices; confectionery, in particular sweets and chewing gum; honey, invert sugar cream, fruit syrup, treacle; spreadable cocoa substances, spreads containing sugar, cocoa, nougat, milk and fats; yeast, baking powder, essences for baking (except essential oils); edible salts, mustard, pepper, vinegar, sauces (except salad dressings), ketchup, spices and condiments; blancmanges; food flavourings; mayonnaise, remoulade sauce.
32 Beers; mixed milk drinks based on milk and fruit juice in equal parts; whey beverages; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks, fruit nectars and fruit juices; syrups and other non-alcoholic preparations for making beverages; fruit and vegetable juices as beverages; lemonades, including isotonic non-alcoholic drinks containing caffeine, energy drinks; coffee and cocoa preparations for making alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
35 Advertising and marketing; information and consultancy services in the field of marketing and advertising; statistical evaluation of market research data; market research; market analysis; distribution of catalogues, mailing lists and goods for advertising purposes; allocating of radio and television access rights for users of various communication networks; marketing and market research with regard to information technology products and services.
38 Wireless or hard-wire networked broadcast of radio and television broadcasts/programmes; transmitting of film, television, radio, teletext and videotext programmes or broadcasts; telecommunications; gathering, delivering and transmitting messages, press reports and market research data (including using electronic means and/or by computer); transmission of sound and images by means of satellites; on-line interactive electronic research; broadcasting Pay-TV, including Video on Demand, also for others as a digital platform; services relating to telecommunications and an information bank; providing of information to others, broadcasting information via wireless or guided networks; on-line services and broadcasts;
41 Production, reproduction, showing and rental of films, videos and other television programmes; production and reproduction of data, speech, text, sound and image recordings on video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD-ROMs and CDIs) and of video games (computer games); demonstration and rental of video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD-ROMs and CDIs) and of video games (computer games); rental of television receiving apparatus and decoders; providing of training, education; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; organisation and presentation of shows, quizzes and musical events and organisation of competitions in the fields of entertainment and sports, also for recorded programmes or live broadcasts on radio or television; production of television and radio advertising broadcasts, including associated games show broadcasts; organization of competitions in the fields of training, teaching, entertainment and sports; correspondence courses; publishing books, periodicals and other printed matter and corresponding electronic media (including CD-ROMs and CDIs); conducting concert, theatre and entertainment events and sports competitions; production of film, television, radio, teletext and videotext programmes or broadcasts, radio and television entertainment, teleshopping broadcasts; production of films and videos and radio and television programmes of a training, teaching and entertaining nature, including such production for children and young people; organising radio and television broadcasts/programmes.
42 Allocating, negotiating, rental and other exploitation of rights to films, television and video productions and other image and sound programmes; management and exploitation of copyright protection and industrial property rights for others; exploitation of film and television ancillary rights in the field of merchandising; software development, in particular in the fields of multimedia, interactive television and pay television; operation of networks for the transfer of messages, images, text, speech and data; technical consultancy in the aforesaid fields; computer programming, including video and computer games; recording, transmission, storing, processing and reproduction of information, including sound, images and data; capture, processing, storage and transmission of cost data; database services, namely collecting, processing, archiving, analysing, updating and supplying data; arranging and allocating of user passwords for users of various communication networks.