3 Cosmetics, perfumery, soaps, essential oils, toiletries, hair lotions.
6 Goods made from common metals; including key rings, key fobs.
8 Shaving and personal grooming accessories, razors, hair trimmers.
9 Magnetic data media including video tapes, audio tapes, floppy disks and magnetic media for recording, storage and retrieval of audio or visual data; optical data media including compact discs, CD-ROMs, Digital Video Discs, holograms and optical media for recording, storage and retrieval of audio or visual data; computer programs including computer programs for games, searching directories, managing databases, electronic publishing, verifying data and presenting information; books, magazines and other publications provided in electronic format; electronic databases; equipment for measuring world record times; apparatus for electronic publishing; apparatus for the verification of information; apparatus for electronic games including consoles; coin operated electronic games machines; scientific, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, checking, and teaching apparatus and instruments relating to world records or outstanding achievements; protective clothing and footwear.
14 Articles made from precious metals; including buttons, cufflinks, tie pins, brooches, key fobs, pendants, badges, pins; clocks, watches and stopwatches.
15 Musical instruments.
16 Books, magazines, journals, almanacs, printed inserts; paper, diaries, calendars, address books, colouring books, postcards, greeting cards, prints, posters, transfers (decalcomania), gift wrap, gift boxes, labels not of textile, stickers (stationery) and sticker albums, bags (envelopes, pouches) of paper or plastics for packaging, packaging goods made from paper or cardboard, photographs and playing cards; writing instruments, pencil sharpeners, erasers, rulers, hole punchers, pencil boxes and cases, ring binders, quiz cards, badges, part works (serialisations), clipboards, folders, notebooks and notepads, stationery, globes, maps, printed holograms, certificates, printed cards intended to be collected or swapped.
18 Leather and imitation leather, wallets, purses, key holders, key fobs, organisers, bags, suitcases, briefcases, camera bags, back packs, belts, shoulder straps, folders; umbrellas, parasols, walking sticks and shooting sticks.
20 Non-metallic goods including key fobs, key rings of plastic, miniature collectable figurines in this class, mirrors, picture frames.
21 Bowls, glasses, glassware, porcelain and earthenware, tumblers, beer mugs, mugs and glasses, ice buckets, coasters, bottle openers, baskets, buckets, candle holders, boxes, containers, combs, brushes, coolers, cups and mugs, statues, perfume burners.
24 Textile goods (other than clothing), bed and table covers.
25 Articles of clothing; coats, jackets, vests, shirts, jeans, sweatshirts, T-shirts, rugby jerseys, polo knitted tops, track pants, fleece tops and trousers, swimsuits, pyjamas, night dresses, boxer shorts, socks, head bands (clothing), wrist bands (clothing), scarves, neck ties, belts (clothing), headgear, footwear, stockings, tights, soccer boots, jump-suits for babies, gloves, clothing for sports, sports footwear, body warmers, suits; waterproof clothing, headwear and footwear, uniforms, overalls.
26 Badges for wear, decorative articles, novelty buttons.
28 Toys, games, board games, quiz games, kites, miniature trains, toy model hobbycraft kits, playsets/activity sets comprising information on records, outstanding achievements or record breaking; plush toys, jigsaw puzzles, manipulative puzzles, pinball machines; handheld electronic games other than those adapted for use with television receivers only; exercice equipment, golf balls and golf clubs, fishing rods and tackle, tennis racquets and balls, skis, snowboards, skateboards, roller skates, in-line skates, skating equipment, surf boards, chess pieces, ball games, archery bows, arrows and targets, accessories for physical education activities, swimming pools, ice skates, knee pads, other sporting equipment flying discs; novelty items and souvernirs.
30 Cakes, confectionery, chocolates, truffles, ice cream, pastries, pies, sauces, tarts, mustard.
34 Smokers' articles, matches, lighters, cigarette and lighter holders.
35 Organisation of exhibitions relating to world records or outstanding achievements for commercial or advertising purposes; advisory services relating to world records, outstanding achievements and world record breaking events for business; data verification and verification of world records, outstanding achievements or world record breaking attempts; publicity and publication of publicity texts relating to world records, outstanding achievements, world record breaking events, world record breaking attempts or exhibitions relating to world records or outstanding achievements; advertising on a data communications network; data searching in computer files.
38 Dissemination of television and radio signals whether analogue or digital, by means of terrestrial, satellite, cable, or other media including point to point, point to multi-point and interactive broadcasting; electric mail services; provision of telecommunications access and links to computer databases and the Internet.
41 Entertainment, education, instruction, tutoring and training by means of radio, television and internet; interactive entertainment services; services provided online from computer databases or web-sites, all relating to education, entertainment, recreation or publishing; production, editing, presentation and distribution of television and film programmes, films, sound and video recordings, CD-ROMs, computer games and interactive broadcast programmes; organisation, production and presentation of events for educational, cultural, or entertainment purposes; organisation, production and presentation of competitions, games, quizzes, shows, audience participation events relating to world records or outstanding achievements; museum services; organisation of exhibitions relating to world records or outstanding achievements for cultural or educational purposes; providing museum facilities; publishing services; publication of books, magazines, almanacs and journals; publication of electronic books and journals; production and presentation of educational and instructional information; photographic library services; provision of information relating to world records or outstanding achievements, education information, entertainment information and recreation information; library services.
42 Design of databases and web-sites; leasing of access time to computer databases; compilation of information relating to world records, outstanding achievements or record breaking attempts; printing of books; consultancy services relating to world records, outstanding achievements or world record breaking events; preparation of regulations and measurement criteria relating to world records or outstanding achievements; advisory services relating to regulations covering world records or outstanding achievements; literature searching services; issuing certificates relating to world records or outstanding achievement; authentication of world records or outstanding achievements; designating classes or categories for world records or outstanding achievements; production, editing, presentation and distribution of interactive computer programs.