Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 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.... More
Class 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.... More
Class 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.... More
Class 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.... More
Class 13 : Firearms; ammunition and projectiles; explosives; fireworks; rifle cases; air pistols (weapons); signal rockets; shoulder straps for weapons.
Class 15 : Musical instruments.
Class 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.
Class 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.... More
Class 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.... 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Class 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.... More
Class 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].... More
Class 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.... More
Class 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.... More
Class 27 : Wall hangings (non-textile); linoleum, oilcloth.
Class 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).... More
Class 32 : Mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages.
Class 33 : Alcoholic beverages (except beers); alcoholic preparations for making beverages; alcoholic essences.
Class 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.
Class 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.... More
Class 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.... More
Class 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.... More