14 Jewelry, namely pins, badges, lapel pins, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, cuff links, tie tacks, buttons, rings, some including precious stones.
16 Paper goods and printed matter, periodical publications, magazines, pamphlets, stationery, business cards, posters, directories, instructional materials, including booklets, playing cards, letter openers, book marks, paperweights; desk sets, pen holders; coasters of paper.
18 Leather goods, namely wallets, key fobs, belts, portfolios, datebooks, briefcases, address books, calendars, business card holders, luggage, luggage tags, coin purses, picture frames, umbrellas.
20 Furniture, namely table desks, podiums, chests and chairs, including rocking chairs, armchairs; picture frames; mirrors, including personal compact mirrors, hand mirrors, decorative wall mirrors, wooden goods, namely commemorative plaques, carved signs, carved wall hangings, small carved boxes and containers, carved decorative objects, nameplates, charity boxes, gavel and block sets.
21 Coffee makers, food processors, lint removers; brushes, combs, shoeshine brushes; glassware, including drinking glasses (water glasses, cocktail glasses, tumblers, wine glasses, champagne flutes), beer mugs, shot, glasses, candy dishes, decorative art objects made of glass, decanters, bowls, serving bowls, serving trays, vases, etched blocks of glass; porcelain and earthenware dishes, mugs, cups and other tableware; coasters not of paper and other of table linen, for instance, of wood; platters.
25 Clothing, namely men's, ladies' and children's jerseys, sweaters, shirts and t-shirts, trousers, shorts, slacks, jackets, coats, belts, scarves, ties, gloves, socks, hosiery, sleepwear, undergarments, footwear, hats, caps, athletic wear, visors, athletic shoes, wrist bands, head bands, blazers, vests, cummerbunds.
35 Administrative services; consulting services, namel professional consultancy; representational services, namely representation (of technical, legal, commercial and/or administrative nature); marketing and promotional services (to promote the works of the association to encourage and extend the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise); advertising services (for magazines); the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of goods (excluding the transport thereof), enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase those goods; all provided by an association for its members.
39 Travel services, including advisory services, consulting services, representational services, trip planning, tour booking, airline and hotel reservations, schedule coordination, on an international scale, for both business and pleasure purposes, all provided by an association for its members.
41 Information services (education, entertainment, recreation), training and instruction services, club services, arranging and conducting of exhibitions, conferences, assemblies, seminars, meetings and training sessions; videotape editing and other film editing services, all provided by an international humanitarian association to encourage, supervise and coordinate the activities of its member clubs through philanthropic, educational and service programs.