9 Smart cards; telephone cards; encrypted smart cards; encoded smart cards; encrypted telephone cards; encoded telephone cards; encrypted cards; encoded cards; magnetic identity cards; cameras and parts and fittings therefor; camera film; anti-dazzle shades; glasses and visors; compasses and barometers; bells; binoculars; calculating machines; animated cartoons; prescription and non-prescription eye glasses and spectacles for adults and children; prescription and non-prescription sunglasses; cases; chains; cords and frames therefor; cases for photographic apparatus and instruments; containers for contact lenses; optical goods; holograms; electrical and electric equipment; televisions; video recorders; sound recording and sound reproducing apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for the reproduction of sound and/or images; parts and fittings for the aforesaid goods; gramophone and phonographic records; tape recorders; magnetic tapes for recording and reproducing sound or vision; videos and video tapes; juke boxes; radios; record and CD players; remote control apparatus; photographic transparencies and photographic films prepared for exhibition purposes; computer and computer software, programs, tapes, and discs and parts and fittings therefor; computer peripherals; mousemats; wrist pads; computer mice; keyboard and screen covers; customised floppy discs and CD-ROMs; customised storage boxes; telephones; telephone answering apparatus, telephone recorders and telephones incorporating facsimile machines; pre-recorded games on CD, software, video and any other recording media; time recording apparatus; magnets; magnifying glasses; measures and measuring instruments; mechanical signs; neon signs; sockets; plugs and switches; ticket dispensers; vehicle breakdown warning apparatus; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
14 Watches and clocks; horological and chronometric apparatus and instruments; jewellery for personal wear and adornment; badges and bars for use therewith; earrings; keys and key rings; key blanks and key chains; trinkets and fobs; pins and pendants; jewellery charms; cases and boxes; buckles; busts and statues; candle sticks and candle extinguishers; cigar and cigarette holders; flasks and goblets; hat and shoe ornaments; matchboxes and match holders; works of art; napkin holders and napkin rings; tankards, urns and vases; nutcrackers; salt cellars and salt shakers, all the aforesaid goods being made wholly or principally of precious metal and their alloys or coated therewith; tie pins and clips; cuff links; coins and copper tokens; costume jewellery; silver ornaments; objects of imitation gold; medals; watch straps; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
16 Printed matter; newspapers; magazines and periodical publications; books; photographs; programme binders and binding material; stationery; instructional teaching materials; manuals; writing or drawing books and pads; playing cards; birthday cards and cards; greeting cards; postcards; tickets; timetables; note pads and note books; photo engravings, photograph albums and albums; address books; cheque book holders; almanacs; holders, cases and boxes for pens; blotters and jotters; pens and pencils; pencil and pen holders; wooden pen sets; paper, cardboard and articles made from these materials; erasers and erasing products; pencil sharpeners; rulers; books and booklets; book markers and book ends; posters; letter trays; calendars; paper weights and paper clips; gift bags and bags for packaging; gift wrap; gift tags and packaging paper; envelopes, folders, labels, seals, blackboards and scrap books; height charts and charts; carrier bags and garbage bags; prints and pictures; ink and ink wells; paper knives; poster magazines; signs and advertisement boards, paper and cardboard; adhesive tapes and dispensers; office requisites and diaries; hat boxes; pads of paper; stickers and stencils; beer mats; paper and cardboard coasters; catalogues; decalcomanias; confetti; transfers and diagrams; drawing instruments and materials; paint boxes and brushes; patterns and embroidery design; engravings and etchings; paper towels and handkerchiefs; paper flags; toilet paper; maps; paper and cardboard place mats; graphic prints, representations and reproductions; lithographs and lithographic works of art; portraits; paper table cloths and napkins; prints; poster magazines.
18 Articles included in Class 18 made of leather or of imitation leather; suitcases, trunks and travelling bags; school bags and satchels; back packs and beach bags; umbrellas and umbrella covers; duffel bags, boot bags, holdalls, wallets and bags; belts; key cases and cases; purses; boxes; pouches; credit card holders; cheque book holders; walking canes and sticks; attache cases and brief cases; bands and straps of leather; leather shoe and boot linings; collars and covers for animals; leather trimmings; laces, leads and leashes; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
20 Key rings; locks; plaques; picture frames; mirrors; headboards being furniture; furniture; works of art of wood, wax, plaster or plastic; sleeping bags for camping; baskets; bins of wood or plastic; display stands and boards; sign boards of wood or plastic; placards of wood or plastic; decorative wall plaques; non-metal bottle caps and casings; bottle racks; corks for bottles; containers, casks, chests, cases and boxes of wood or plastic, busts of wood, wax, plaster or plastic; chairs; tables; non-metal closures for containers; clothes hooks, pegs and pins; coat hangers; hat and coat stands; cots and cradles; playpens; cupboards; curtain tie backs; pillows and cushions; sofas and settees; deck chairs; decorations of plastic for foodstuffs; divans; dog kennels; mobiles; stools; trays; drinking straws; statues and figurines of wood, wax, plaster or plastic; fire screens; non-metal knife handles; non-metal and non-luminous house numbers; jewellery cases and caskets; key boards for hanging keys; magazine racks; non-metal name plates and number plates; non-metal plugs and stoppers; wickerwork; statuettes, figurines and model stadia of plastic, wood resin, plaster or wax materials.
21 Domestic utensils and containers; chinaware; glassware; porcelain, pottery and earthenware; comb cases and combs; sponges (not for surgical use); drinking glasses; half pint glasses; pint glasses; mugs; whiskey/whisky glasses; wine glasses; champagne flutes; glass tumblers; glass whiskey/whisky tumblers; brushes and brooms; money boxes; toothbrushes and toothbrush holders; articles for cleaning purposes; baskets; beer mugs; heated insulated containers for beverages; bins; bottle openers; ironing boards; bottles; plastic sports bottles; balls; boxes; bread and cutting boards; trays; statuettes, figurines and model stadia of porcelain, terracotta, glass, china or earthenware; dishes; vanity cases; soap boxes and holders; spice sets; squeezers; glass stoppers; strainers; picnic baskets; pie servers; non-metal watering cans; piggy banks; pictures; polishing materials; pots; powder compacts and puffs; rolling pins; scoops and siphons; drinking vessels and flasks; dustbins; cocktail shakers; napkin holders and rings; paper plates; toothpick holders and toothpicks; tankards; tea caddies and tea services; tea pots; egg cups and egg timers; enamelled glass; flowers pots; gloves for household purposes; ice buckets and ice cube moulds; jugs and kettles; menu card holders; shaving brushes and shaving brush stands/holders; shoe horns; shoe brushes and shoe trees; vases; candy boxes; ceramics for household purposes; chamois leather for cleaning; coasters; coffee services and coffee pots; cooking pots and utensils; cork screws and coolers; crockery; cups; decanters; sign boards; perfume sprayers and burners; salad bowls; salt cellars and shakers; tableware; table utensils; toilet utensils; works of art of porcelain, earthenware, china, terracotta or glass; buckets; gifts of china, earthenware, porcelain, terracotta, pewterware or glass; butter dishes and covers; button hooks; candle sticks and candle extinguishers; cages for household pets; moulds; customised storage boxes.
24 Textiles and textile articles included in Class 24; curtains; towels; flannels; banners; flags; beach towels; valances; sheets; duvet covers; bath and bed linen; table and household linen; bed blankets, cloths and covers; bed spreads; bunting; coasters; covers for furniture; eiderdowns; handkerchiefs; labels; mats; mattress covers; fabrics; pillow cases and pillow shams; quilts; rugs; runners; napkins and serviettes; sleeping bags; table cloths; wall hangings.
25 Articles of outer clothing; articles of sports clothing; leisurewear; articles of underclothing; lingerie; hosiery; footwear being articles of clothing; headgear (for wear); shirts; boots; underwear; coats; overalls; collar protectors and collars; ear muffs; football boots and shoes; fittings of metal for boots and shoes; shorts; T-shirts; socks; sweaters; caps; hats; scarves; jackets; dressing gowns; pyjamas; sandals; slippers; footwear; boxer shorts; beach clothes and shoes; baby boots; diapers and bibs; romper suits; baby pants and sleep suits; dungarees; braces; belts and berets; wrist bands; track suits; ties; cravats; aprons; bathrobes; bathing caps and suits; bathing trunks; galoshes; garters; gloves and mittens; headbands; boots; jackets; jerseys; jumpers and knitwear; leggings; clothes linings; parkas; shawls; singlets; skirts; vests; visors; waistcoats; waterproof clothing.
26 Badges included in Class 26; rosettes of textile materials; patches; buttons, ribbons and braid; hairbands and slides; belt clasps; sewing baskets; blouse, clothing and shoe fasteners; needle and pin cushions; hairgrips; hair and shoe ornaments; sewing thimbles; hat ornaments; shoe laces; numerals or letters for marking linen; hairnets; brooches and buckles; edging for clothing; competitor numbers; cords; tea cosies; embroidery; expanding bands for holding sleeves; fancy goods; frills and fringes; reins for guiding children; tassels; mini football kits; mini shorts; mini shirts; mini jerseys, all being decorative articles.
28 Games (other than ordinary playing cards); toys and playthings; party novelty hats; shinguards; gloves for games; balloons; balls; sporting articles (other than clothing); playing balls; footballs; teddy bears; decorations for Christmas trees; Christmas crackers; synthetic Christmas trees and stands; cups for dice; darts; dice; dolls and dolls' clothes; dolls' beds; dolls' houses and rooms; tables for indoor football; golf bags and gloves; jokes and novelties; spinning tops; kites; knee guards and protective padding; marbles; marionettes and puppets; skis; slides; surfboards; skateboards; snowboards; skittles; sleighs; masks; mobiles; rattles; roller skates; in-line skates; bodybuilding apparatus; exercise apparatus; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.