Word mark

Trademark: 'Ballermann 6' 

European Community Trademark, no. 000709816, Word mark


On 11. 12. 1997 the community trademark application no. 000709816 was filed for Ballermann 6 (Word mark) before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 1, 3, 5, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32, 33, 38, 39, 41 and 42. The current status of the trademark is application withdrawn.

Status is 'Application withdrawn'
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Applied11. 12. 1997
Nice classes1, 3, 5, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32, 33, 38, 39, 41, 42


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Nice classes

1  Chemicals used in industry, science and photography, as well as in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; unprocessed artificial resins, unprocessed plastics; fertilizers; chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs; adhesives used in industry; leather and textile impregnating chemicals; reagent paper; filtering materials of chemical, mineral, vegetable substances, unprocessed plastic material or ceramic particles; alcohol (included in class 1); finishing preparations; emulsifiers; decolorants; water-softening preparations; spirits of vinegar (dilute acetic acid); aluminium acetate; leather and textile waterproofing chemicals; fire extinguishing compositions; fireproofing preparations; unexposed films; stain-preventing chemicals for textiles; preparations for preventing the tarnishing of glass; plastifiers; saccharin; sal ammoniac, volatile alkali, disincrustants for household purposes.

3  Bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning, polishing, scouring and abrasive preparations; soaps; perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions; dentifrices; deodorising preparations for personal use (perfumery); fragrant air freshening sprays; laundry starch; medicinal or deodorant soap, medicinal dentifrices; emery paper, sand cloth; scouring solutions; anti-static preparations for household purposes; ethereal essences,; polish for furniture and flooring; sachets for perfuming linen; depilatory preparations; shining preparations (polish); smoothing preparations; artificial nails; fumigation preparations (perfumes); incense; cotton sticks for cosmetic purposes; false eyelashes; adhesives for applying false eyelashes and false finger nails.

5  Pharmaceutical, veterinary and sanitary preparations; dietetic substances adapted for medical use, food for babies; disinfectants; preparations for destroying vermin; fungicides, herbicides; plasters, materials for dressings; deodorising preparations, other than for personal use; detergents for medical purposes; hygienic articles for women, namely sanitary towels, panty liners, tampons, sanitary pants; napkins for the sick; adhesives for dentures, dental mastics; chewing gum for medical purposes; drugs for medical purposes; medicinal tea; medicinal roots.

11  Apparatus for lighting, heating, steam generating, cooking, refrigerating, drying, ventilating, water supply and sanitary purposes; air-conditioning and ventilation apparatus, including such apparatus for vehicles; waste water purification apparatus; solar collectors and accumulators; heat pumps; disinfectant apparatus; disinfectant distributors for toilets; air deodorising apparatus; distillation apparatus, stills; bath linings; ice machines and apparatus; ice chests; water softening apparatus; water-filtering apparatus; apparatus for chilling drinks; light bulbs, electric; torches; sinks; purification installations for sewage; gas lighters; bath tubs, wash-hand basins, toilets, bidets; barbecues; heaters, electric, for feeding bottles; lamps; ventilation hoods; bedwarmers; arc lamps; tanning apparatus (sun beds); fuel economisers; toasters; fountains; ornamental fountains; lights, electric, for Christmas trees; pressure cookers (autoclaves), electric; steam generating installations; blankets, electric, not for medical purposes; lamps, included in class 11; deodorising apparatus, included in class 11; air reheaters; flares; bicycle lights; sockets for electric lights; air filters, included in class 11; water-filtering apparatus; curling lamps; deep fryers, electric; footmuffs, electrically heated; gas burners; gas boilers; gas lamps; freezers; lamp glasses; grilling apparatus; roasting spits; hair driers; faucets for pipes; lanterns; hand drying apparatus for washrooms; hot air apparatus; water heaters; fan heaters; hot plates; radiators (heating); heating installations; furnaces; hydrants; shower cubicles (enclosures); coffee filters, electric; coffee machines, electric; coffee roasters; fireplaces [domestic]; furnace ash boxes; gas boilers; heating boilers; washing coppers; kilns; lights for automobiles; lamp globes; light diffusers; soldering lamps; humidifiers for central heating radiators; spa baths [vessels]; air dryers; luminous house numbers; heaters for baths; oil burners; oil lamps; lamp reflectors; stoves; furnace grates; roasters; headlights ,included in class 11; pressure cooking saucepans, electric; chimney blowers; street lamps; immersion heaters; toilets, portable; water flushing installations; lamp chimneys.

13  Firearms; ammunition and projectiles; explosives; fireworks; rifle cases; air pistols (weapons); signal rockets; shoulder straps for weapons.

15  Musical instruments.

18  Leather and imitations of leather, and goods made of these materials (included in class 18); animal skins; trunks and travelling bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks; whips, harness and saddlery; beach bags; horse blankets.

20  Furniture, mirrors, picture frames; goods (included in class 20) of wood, cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl, meerschaum and substitutes for all these materials, or of plastics; bedding, namely mattresses, pillows; sealing caps, not of metal; straws for drinking; shelves for storage; medicine cabinets; decorations of plastic for foodstuffs; decorative wall plaques, not of textile (furniture); cases of wood or plastic; pegs, not of metal, included in class 20; locks, not of metal, for vehicles; towel dispensers, not of metal, fixed; winding spools, not of metal, non-mechanical; house numbers, not of metal, non-luminous; work benches; laminated wood joists; air cushions, not for medical purposes; wickerwork; umbrella stands; animal horns, steps (ladders), not of metal; door, window and furniture fittings, not of metal; clothes-pins; water beds, not for medical purposes; tent pegs, not of metal.

21  Small hand-operated household and kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith); combs and sponges; brushes; brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steel wool; unworked or semi-worked glass; glassware, porcelain and earthenware for household and kitchen use, included in class 21; works of art made of glass, porcelain or stoneware; trash cans; appliances for removing make-up (non-electric); dusting apparatus, non-electric; aerosol dispensers, not for medical purposes; eyebrow brushes; baby baths (portable); heaters for feeding bottles, non-electric; glass flasks, included in class 21; watering devices; brooms; nozzles for sprinkler hose; beer mugs; holders for flowers and plants (flower arranging); syringes for watering flowers and plants; flowerpots; flower pot covers; cloths for washing floors, included in class 21; scrubbing brushes; wax polishers (non-electric); candy boxes, not of precious metal; hair for brushes; frying pans; cooking skewers, of metal; roses for watering cans; cutting boards for the kitchen; bread baskets [domestic]; ironing boards; ironing board covers [shaped]; flat-iron stands; electric brushes, included in class 21; toothbrushes; lamp-glass brushes; brushes for cosmetic purposes; brush goods; busts of china, terra-cotta or glass; butter dishes; butter-dish covers; deodorising apparatus for personal use; nest eggs, included in class 21; egg cups, not of precious metal; pails; glass jars [carboys]; vessels of metal for making ices and iced drinks; ice buckets; ice cube moulds; cruets, included in class 21; insect traps, mouse traps; fibreglass other than for insulation or textile use; drinking flasks for travellers; skins of chamois for cleaning; strainers for household purposes; flasks, not of precious metal; bottles; bottle openers; bottle warmers, included in class 21; fly swatters; moulds (kitchen utensils); deep fryers, non-electric; fruit presses, non-electric, included in class 21; troughs for livestock and mangers for animals; heat-insulated containers; bowls, included in class 21; tableware (other than knives, forks and spoons) not of precious metal; spice sets; watering cans; spouts; enamelled glass; plate glass (raw material); glass incorporating fine electrical conductors; glass, unworked or semi-worked (except building glass); glass (receptacles); glass bowls; mosaics of glass, not for building; powdered glass for decoration; glass stoppers; painted glassware; door-handles of porcelain; knobs of porcelain; grills (cooking utensils); grill supports; gloves for household purposes; polishing gloves; glove stretchers; towel holders, not of precious metal; towel dispensers of metal; shirt stretchers; trouser presses; trouser stretchers; kennels for household pets; coffee filters, non-electric; coffee-pots, non-electric, not of precious metal; coffee grinders (hand-operated); coffee percolators, non-electric; coffee services, not of precious metal; cages for household pets; tar-brushes, long handled; comb cases; tins, included in class 21; decanters; coasters, not of paper and other than table linen; cheese-dish covers; stew-pans; ceramics for household purposes; candle extinguishers, not of precious metal; candlesticks, not of precious metal; candle rings, not of precious metal; cauldrons; kettles; stretchers for clothing; carpet beaters (hand instruments); buttonhooks; cookware; cooking pots; cauldrons; picnic hampers; coal scuttles; baskets, for domestic use, not of precious metal; demijohns; corkscrews; cosmetic utensils; tie presses; crystal glassware; cake molds [moulds]; cooking pot sets; refrigerating elements for food; refrigerating bottles; portable coolers; glue-pots; candlesticks (not of precious metal); liqueur sets; basting spoons, for kitchen use; majolica; candle rings, not of precious metal; knife rests for the table; shakers; blenders, non-electric, for household purposes; furniture dusters; mops; mills for household purposes (hand operated); water apparatus for cleaning teeth and gums; chamber pots; nail brushes; Toilet cases; oil and vinegar cruets, not of precious metal; opaline glass; paper plates; perfume sprayers; plates to prevent milk boiling over; polishing leather; fused silica (semi-worked goods) other than for building; powder puffs; sprinklers; shaving brushes; stands for shaving brushes; perfume burners; smoke absorbers for household purposes; graters (household utensils); cleaning instruments; egg timers (sand glasses); brushes for cleaning tanks and containers; bowls; scoops (tableware); metal scouring pads; abrasive pads for kitchen purposes; signboards of porcelain or glass; whisks (non-electric) for household purposes; shoe horns; shoe-brushes; wax-polishing appliances, non-electric, for shoes; shoe-trees; soap boxes; soap holders; soap dispensers; sieves (household utensils); napkin rings, not of precious metal; sifters (household utensils); siphons for carbonated water; piggy banks, not of metal; menu card holders; vacuum cleaner attachments for disseminating perfumes and disinfectants; dishwashing brushes; boot jacks; buckets made of woven fabrics; litter trays [for pets]; currycombs; soup bowls, not of precious metal; trays for domestic purposes, not of precious metal; epergnes, not of precious metal; tableware (other than knives, forks and spoons) not of precious metal; services [tableware], not of precious metal; cups, not of precious metal; tea caddies, not of precious metal; tea infusers (tea balls) not of precious metal; teapots, not of precious metal; tea services, not of precious metal; tea-strainers, not of precious metal; rolling pins (domestic); table plates, not of precious metal; carpet sweepers; carpet beaters (hand instruments); indoor terrariums (plant cultivation); crumb trays; toilet utensils; table mats, included in class 21; bird baths, included in class 21; bird-cages; waffle irons, non-electric; wash-tubs; drying racks for washing; clothes racks [for drying]; wine-tasters [siphons]; sugar bowls, not of precious metal.

22  Ropes, string, nets, tents, awnings, tarpaulins, sails, sacks and bags (included in class 22); padding and stuffing materials (except of rubber or plastics); raw fibrous textile materials; cords for hanging pictures, etc; wrapping or binding bands, not of metal; liber; raw cotton; cotton tow; fibrous gaskets for ships; feathers for bedding; sacks (bags) of textile, for packaging; thread, not of metal, for wrapping or binding; down feathers; eider down; vehicle covers [not fitted]; snares (nets); glass fibers [fibres] for textile use; coconut fibre; plastic fibers [fibres] for textile use; glass fibre wires for textile purposes; ramie fibre; esparto grass; textile fibres; fibres for stuffing upholstery; feathers for bedding; wadding for filtering; fishing nets; raw linen (flax); straw wrappers for bottles; sheaf binding yarns; silk flock; thread, not of metal, for wrapping or binding; belts, included in class 22; hair; hemp; hemp bands; hammocks; slings, not of metal, for handling loads; wood shavings; wood-wool; ladder tapes or webbing for venetian blinds; jute; cables, not of metal; combed wool; kapok; carbon fibres for textile purposes; cocoons; synthetic fibres for textile purposes; rope ladders; linters; awnings of textile; nets, included in class 22; twine for nets; upholstery wool [stuffing]; twine made of paper; wax ends; whipcord; raw silk; sawdust; fleece wool; cords, included in class 22; sisal; tow; raw or treated wool; wool flock.

24  Textiles and textile goods, included in class 24; bed and table covers; tissues of textile for removing make-up; bath linen (except clothing); fabric, impervious to gases, for aeronautical balloons; banners; fustian; cotton fabrics; bed covers; bed linen; cushion covers; furniture covers, included in class 24; billiard cloth; brocades; chenille fabric; cheviots [cloth]; cotton fabrics; crepon; damask; drill; trellis [cloth]; drugget; bunting; Labels (textile); flags (not of paper); filtering materials of textile; linen cloth; flannel [fabric]; linings; curtain holders of textile material; gauze; glass-cloth; fibreglass fabrics for textile use; haircloth (sackcloth); gummed cloth, other than for stationery; towels of textile; hemp cloth; household linen; fabric of imitation animal skins; printed calico cloth; ticks (mattress covers); jersey (fabric); jute fabric; cheese cloth; crepe [fabric]; rayon fabric; shrouds; buckram; marabouts (cloth); upholstery fabrics; place mats of textile; door curtains; travelling rugs; blinds of textile; velvet; net curtains; fabric for boots and shoes; loose covers for furniture; silk [cloth]; plastic material [substitute for fabrics]; tulle; mattress covers; table linen [textile].

25  Clothing, footwear, headgear; heels; heelpieces for shoes; layettes (clothing); babies' pants; babies' napkins of textile; bathing trunks; swimming costumes; bathrobes; bathing caps; bath sandals; bath slippers; paper clothing; sports shoes; goloshes; gaiters; non-slipping devices for shoes; belts, included in class 25; ready-made linings (parts of clothing); pockets for clothing; maniples; jumpers; pyjamas; shawls; briefs; bow ties; uniforms; hosiery.

26  Lace and embroidery, ribbons and braid; buttons, hooks and eyes, pins and needles; artificial flowers; badges for wear, not of precious metal; ornamental novelty badges (buttons); brassards; expanding bands for holding sleeves; elastic ribbons; cords for clothing; false beards; lace for edgings; braids, included in class 26; braid for clothing; brooches (clothing accessories); binding needles; haberdashery; snap fasteners; bodkins; needle cases, not of precious metal; feathers (clothing accessories); festoons (embroidery); sewing thimbles; whalebones for corsets; heat adhesive patches for repairing textile articles; fringes; artificial fruit; artificial garlands; reins for guiding children; belt clasps; hair grips; hair pins; hair nets; hair ornaments; barrettes; false hair; toupees; tresses of hair; binding needles; frills (lacework); thread of metal for embroidery; sewing boxes; needle cushions; eyelets for clothing; frills for clothing; fastenings for clothing; skirt flounces; cords for clothing; hooks for corsets; whalebones for corsets; collar supports; wreaths of artificial flowers; haberdashery, included in class 26 (except yarns); cords for rimming, for clothing; shuttles for making textiles and nets; laces for footwear; shoe eyelets; shoe hooks; shoe buckles; shoe fasteners; shoe ornaments (not of precious metal); competitors' numbers; tea cosies; tassels; zip fasteners; numerals or letters for marking linen.

27  Wall hangings (non-textile); linoleum, oilcloth.

28  Games and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles (included in class 28); decorations for Christmas trees; fishing tackle; fish hooks; lines for fishing; fishing rods; practical jokes (novelties); rattles [playthings]; billiard table cushions; baseball gloves; building games; building blocks (toys); Christmas tree stands; stationary exercise bicycles; exercisers [expanders]; scale-model vehicles; toy masks; fencing masks; golf clubs; golf gloves; golf bags; dumb-bells; dolls; roller-skates; In-line skates; skateboards; snow boards; skis; ski bindings; apparatus for electronic games other than those adapted for use with television receivers only; pet toys; surfboards; teddy bears; percussion caps (toys).

32  Mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages.

33  Alcoholic beverages (except beers); alcoholic preparations for making beverages; alcoholic essences.

38  Broadcasting of radio and television programmes; Telex services; telephone services (operation of a telephone network); radio service (message sending); collection and supply of news; transmission of sound and images by satellite.

39  vehicle towing; transport of persons and goods by road, rail, sea and air; loading and unloading of ships; salvage of vessels and their cargoes; porterage; storage of goods, furniture; life-saving; supply and distribution of electricity, gas, heat and water; transport of gases, liquids and solids by pipeline; guarded transport of money and valuables; ambulance transport; travel organisation and arrangement, arrangement of tourist services, sightseeing, escorting of travellers; rental of aeroplanes; garage and parking place rental; motor-vehicle rental; rental of ships; services for the packaging of goods; parcel delivery.

41  discotheque services; entertainment; party planning (entertainment); gaming services; education, training, tuition; driving instruction; correspondence courses; voice training; music instruction; sports tuition; language tuition; dance tuition; pre-school education; radio and television education services; further education; botanical gardens; museums; zoological gardens; book rental; film production; film rental; film showings; artist management; musical performances; television and radio entertainment; animal shows; theatre productions; animal training; organization of sports competitions; rental of show scenery; rental of radio and television receiving sets; rental of periodicals; publication and edition of books, newspapers and periodicals; public entertainment; circus performances.

42  Providing of food and drink for guests; bar services; consultancy in the field of computers; provision of campgrounds; photographic reporting; cafés; outside catering; updating of computer software; computer software design; computer software rental; computer programming; hiring out data-processing equipment; printing; rest homes; cosmetic research; hairdressing salons; rental of temporary accommodation; licensing of industrial property rights; graphic arts designing; horoscope casting; evening dress rental; construction drafting; manicuring and pedicuring services; massages; boarding houses; photography; photocomposing services; technical project studies; research and development (for others); hotel reservations; translations; baths; leasing of vending machines; leasing access time to a computer database; copyright and industrial property rights management; exploitation of protected privileges.


Records history

27.10.2016 The current state is Application withdrawn
Current state
25.6.2007 Published
Representative - Change of name and professional address
16.11.2001 Registered
Representative - Replacement of representative
15.11.2001 Registered
Proprietor - Total transfers
11.12.1997 Application
Application of the trademark 000709816 Ballermann 6

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