14 Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, not included in other classes; match holders of precious metal; jewel cases of precious metal; works of art of precious metal; candelabra of precious metal; cuff links; busts of precious metal; figurines (statuettes) of precious metal; boxes of precious metal; ashtrays, of precious metal, for smokers; cigarette boxes (of precious metal); novelty key rings; tie pins; statuettes of precious metal; badges of precious metal; jewellery, precious stones; jewellery; bracelets (jewellery); earrings; rings (jewellery); brooches (jewellery); amulets (jewellery); medallions (jewellery); jewellery; trinkets (jewellery); wristwatches; watch straps; watch chains; clock cases; clock cases ; dials (clock and watch-making) ; watch cases; sundials; chronographs (watches); chronometers; stopwatches; clocks; clock cases. ; atomic clocks; clocks and watches, electric; cases for watches (presentation); cases for clock- and watchmaking; watches; clocks; alarm clocks; watch springs; watch glasses.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; cardboard; cardboard articles; paper ribbons; engravings; lithographic works of art; confetti; figurines (statuettes) of papier-mâché; blinds of paper; musical greeting cards; greeting cards; postcards; advertisement boards of paper or cardboard; figurines (statuettes) of papier mâché; boxes of cardboard or paper; packing paper; bags (envelopes, pouches) of paper for packaging; sachets (envelopes, pouches) of paper for packaging; brochures; posters; forms; forms (printed); circulars, cards; plans; printed timetables; holders for passports; cheque book holders; scrapbooks; calendars; tear-off calendars; almanacs; printed matter; prospectuses; printed matter; publications; newspapers; comic strips; periodicals; magazines (periodicals); printed matter and printers' type; inking sheets for document reproducing machines; bookbinding material, namely graphic reproductions; portraits; photograph stands; stationery, namely writing cases (stationery); articles of stationery; waxed paper; parchment paper; luminous paper; papier-mâché; writing paper; wood-pulp paper; silver paper; document files (stationery); announcement cards (stationery); index cards (stationery); paper sheets (stationery), envelopes (stationery); transparencies (stationery); folders for papers; books; notebooks; catalogues; directories; ledgers (books); booklets; bookmarks; bookmarkers; note books; song books; manifolds (stationery); rubber erasers; erasing products; inking pads; inkwells; school supplies; writing materials; writing materials; writing implements; nibs; nibs of gold; steel pens; penholders; pen cases; fountain pens; pens; balls for ball-point pens; pencil lead holders; pencils; pencil sharpening machines; pencil sharpeners; pastels (crayons); paint boxes (articles for use in school); drawing sets; writing cases (sets); writing cases; handwriting specimens for copying; writing tablets; drawing pads; placards of paper or cardboard; stands for pens and pencils; holders for stamps (seals); seals (stamps); address stamps; stamp pads; drawing rulers; drawing pens; drawing T-squares; square rulers; drawing squares; adhesives; for stationery or household purposes, namely adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; adhesive bands for stationery or household purposes; adhesive bands for stationery or household purposes; self-adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; stickers (items of stationery); artists' materials, namely drawing materials; drawing instruments; prints; plastics for modelling; paintings (pictures) framed or unframed; modelling materials; modelling materials; files (office requisites); cabinets for stationery (office requisites), pencil holders; finger-stalls (office requisites); desk blotters; playing cards; playing cards; printing blocks; transfers (decalcomanias).
18 Trunks and travelling bags; briefcases; attaché cases; briefcases; travelling sets (leatherware); game bags; haversacks; purses not of precious metal; card cases (notecases); bags for campers; key cases (leatherware); suitcases; trunks; suitcases; travelling bags; handbags; rucksacks; shopping bags; net bags for shopping; beach bags; handbags; wheeled shopping bags; wallets; tool bags (empty); schoolbags; school satchels, school bags, purses; chain mesh purses, not of precious metal; boxes of leather or leather board; cases, of leather or leatherboard
20 Furniture, mirrors, picture frames; screens (furniture), flower-pot pedestals; table tops; tea trolleys; magazine racks; coatstands; display stands, racks (furniture); sofas, divans; settees; tables; stools; easy chairs; chests, not of metal; chests, not of metal; toy chests; chests of drawers; library shelves; display cabinets; cupboards; counters (tables); chairs (seats); easy chairs; umbrella stands; keyboards for hanging keys; cushions; benches (furniture); fishing baskets; cots; decorative wall plaques (furniture) not of textile; works of art of wood, wax, plaster or plastic; picture rods (frames); picture frames; display boards; mouldings for picture frames; silvered glass (mirrors); goods (not included in other classes) 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; statuettes of wood, wax, plaster or plastic; wax figures; wickerwork; bakers' bread baskets; baskets, not of metal; slatted indoor blinds; curtain tie-backs; clothes hooks, not of metal; coat hangers; hooks, not of metal, for clothes rails; cases of wood or plastic; jewellery cases (caskets), not of precious metal; jewellery cases (caskets), not of precious metal; filing cabinets; signboards of wood or plastics; placards of wood or plastics; bottle racks; cases of wood or plastic.
25 Clothing; clothing; ready-made clothing; articles of clothing; suits; outer clothing; overcoats, coats; waterproof clothing; jackets (clothing), overalls; chasubles; topcoats; overcoats; parkas; gabardines (clothing); knitwear (clothing); pullovers; sweaters; clothing of leather; clothing of imitations of leather; braces; trousers; skirts; dresses; saris; shawls; togas; aprons (clothing); combinations (clothing); belts (clothing); hoods (clothing); ear muffs (clothing); shoulder wraps; headbands (clothing); boas (necklets); scarves; bandanas (headscarves); mufflers; collar protectors; detachable collars; shoulder wraps; wristbands (clothing); muffs (clothing); mittens; gloves; ties; waistcoats; t-shirts; teddies (undergarments); shirts; chemisettes (shirt fronts); shirt yokes; shirt fronts; dressing gowns; bathrobes; pyjamas; underwear; underwear; underwear; briefs; pants; breeches (for wear); brassieres; petticoats; sock suspenders; slips (undergarments); corsets; corselets; camisoles; girdles; leggings; stocking suspenders; garters; tights; stockings; sweat-absorbent stockings; heelpieces for stockings; gaiters; wimples; socks; bathing trunks; swimsuits; swimming costumes; bathrobes; clothing for gymnastics; footwear, shoes, esparto shoes or sandals, sandals; slippers; slippers; lace boots; goloshes; boots, half-boots; boot uppers; bath sandals; bath slippers; beach shoes; sports shoes; sports shoes; gymnastic shoes; football shoes; studs for football boots (shoes); ski boots; wooden shoes; heels; headgear; hats; caps (headwear); headgear; top hats; hat frames (skeletons); caps; berets; bathing caps; caps (headwear); skull caps; hosiery; caps (headwear) ; mantillas; veils (clothing); visors (hatmaking).
28 Games and playthings, namely ring games, playing balls; tokens for building games; board games; board games; draughts sets; draughtboards; dice; cups for dice; dominoes; chess sets; chessboards; backgammon games; balls for games; play balloons; dolls; dolls' clothes; dolls' houses; dolls' rooms; dolls' beds; soft toys; teddy bears; scale-model vehicles; vehicles (toys); kites; shuttlecocks; frisbees (toys); rocking horses; building blocks (toys); practical jokes (novelties); practical jokes (novelties); toy masks; conjuring apparatus; small balls for games; batting gloves (accessories for games); gloves for games; tables for indoor football; billiard tables; coin-operated billiard tables; billiard cues; skittles; billiard balls; billiard markers; swimming pools (sports or play articles); swimming pools (sports or play articles); horseshoes for games; fairground roundabouts; puppets; theatrical masks; skittles (games); spinning tops (toys); scooters (toys); gymnastic and sporting articles not included in other classes, namely: surf skis; water skis; ice skates; roller-skates; skating boots with skates attached; bob-sleighs; hang gliders; paragliders; skateboards; sailboards; surf boards; decorations for Christmas trees, namely Christmas trees of synthetic material; ornaments for Christmas trees (except illumination articles and confectionery); Christmas tree stands; candle holders for Christmas trees; bells for Christmas trees; artificial snow for Christmas trees.
34 Match boxes, not of precious metal; match holders, not of precious metal; cigar cases, not of precious metal; cigarette cases, not of precious metal; gas containers for cigar lighters; lighters for smokers; books of cigarette papers; ashtrays, not of precious metal, for smokers; cigar holders, not of precious metal; cigar cases, not of precious metal; cigar cases, not of precious metal; cigar cases, not of precious metal; cigarette holders, not of precious metal; cigarettes; cigarette cases, not of precious metal; cigarette paper; cigarette cases, not of precious metal; cigarettes; tobacco pipes; pipe racks (for tobacco pipes); tobacco jars, not of precious metal; pocket machines for rolling cigarettes; snuff boxes, not of precious metal.