Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Pre-recorded mechanical, magnetic, magneto-optical, optical and electronic carriers for sound, image and/or data; coded and uncoded telephone cards, coded identification cards; game programs for computers; screen protectors; spectacles and sun-glasses as well as spectacle containers; data bank programms; computer software; netware; firmware.
Class 16 : Goods made from paper and cardboard (pasteboard), namely paper towels, paper napkins, filter paper, paper facial tissues, paper decorations, writing paper, toilet paper, paper diapers, packaging containers, packaging bags, wrapping paper; printed products, namely newspapers, periodicals, magazines, maps, brochures, folders, prospectuses, event programs, publicity folders, books, calendars, placards (posters), transparencies, event tickets, participant cards, invitations, post cards; uncoded identification cards; writing materials, including writing and drawing implements; office supplies, namely rubber stamps, ink pads, stamping ink, letter openers, paper cutters, letter baskets, file organizers, notepads, note holders and note dispencers; hole punchers, files, paper clips and staples, stickers, including self-adhesive; teaching aids and materials (excluding equipment) in the form of printed products, games, globes, blackboards and blackboard writing instruments; plastic packaging material, namely wrappers, bags, cases, films, the latter also being self-adhesive and used for decoration purposes; playing cards and card games.... More
Class 20 : Goods made of plastics, namely figures including animal figures, as far as included in class 20; furniture including upholstery furniture, office furniture, kitchen furniture and parts of furniture; mirrors, picture frames.
Class 21 : Glassware porcelain and earthenwear for household and kitchen; works of art made of glass, porcelaine and earthenwear; small hand operated household and kitchen apparatus and instruments; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brushmaking materials, articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool, unworked or semiworked glass (except glass used in buildings); goods for household, namely bottle covers, table-mats, soap boxes and soap dishes, tooth cleaning cups, tooth brush quiver, paper plates, paper cups, paper baskets.... More
Class 24 : Textile goods manely cloths, curtains, blinds wall hangings of textile material, household linen, table linen, bed linen, bed and table covers, pot holders, bath towels, flags and small flags.
Class 25 : Articles of clothing, including sports and leisure wear; shoes, footwear and boots, including sports and leisure shoes and boots; hosiery, stockings, socks, ties including bow-ties, gloves; head coverings, including headbands and sweatbands; belts, braces including those made from leather; kitchen aprons.
Class 28 : Games including electric and electronic games as far as included in class 28; playthings, toys including animals made of textiles and rubber; gym, fitness and sports articles.
Class 36 : Financing services and insurance business; real estate management and appartment house management; operating of lotteries; financial management; real estate and mortgage agencies; leasing; editing of credit, telephone and money cards as well as customer cards in the format of cheque cards having cash and/or credit cards function; telebanking; managing of payments by customer cards; credit agencies; insurance brokerage.... More
Class 38 : Broadcasting, distribution and transmission of television, radio, telecommunication and information signals via digital and analogue cable-less networks and/or cable networks including operations of online and offline services and by computers; organisation and operation of interactive electronic media services.
Class 41 : Entertainment by radio and television transmission programs; film, audio, video and television production; music performances; publication and edition of electronically displayable text, graphic, picture and sound information being accessible by data networks; publication and editing of printed matter; organisation of concert, theatre and entertainment performances, organisation of conferences, meetings, seminars, training, symposia, cultural exhibitions and lectures; organisation of sport competitions.... More
Class 42 : Procure and rental of access time on data banks; lodging and boarding services; procurement of lodging and boarding services in hotels and restaurants; photography; design of computer programs and graphics; developping and creating of digital sound and image carriers; collection and supply of news; operation of data banks and data services.