9 Scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, electronic checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments, included in class 9; apparatus for recording or reproduction of sound, images or data of all kinds; sound, image and data carriers of all kinds, in particular sound tapes, cassettes, compact discs, recording discs, DAT tapes (digital audio tapes), video tapes, diskettes, CD-ROMs, all the aforesaid goods recorded or unrecorded; calculating machines, data-processing equipment and computers; optical apparatus and instruments, included in class 9, in particular spectacles, glasses and spectacle frames.
14 Precious metals and their alloys and goods of precious metals or coated therewith (included in class 14); jewellery, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments and parts therefor, including watch straps and clock cases.
16 Printed matter; stationery; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); playing cards.
18 Umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks, leather and imitations of leather, and goods made of these materials (included in class 18), in particular including bags and other containers not specifically designed for the objects being carried (including travelling bags, sports bags, rucksacks, cosmetics bags, beach bags), and small leather goods (including purses, pocket wallets, key wallets); animal skins; trunks and travelling bags.
21 Household or kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith), in particular cups, plates, bottle openers, corkscrews; combs and sponges; material for brushes; articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); articles made of glass, porcelain and earthenware for household and kitchen purposes, works of art made of glass, porcelain and earthenware.
24 Textiles and textile goods, included in class 24, in particular bath towels, hand towels, bed and table covers, table and bed linen, in particular fabrics, curtains, blinds, household linen.
25 Clothing, in particular T-shirts, hooded sweaters, pullovers, windcheaters, sweatshirts, polo shirts, quilted jackets, quilted waistcoats; footwear; headgear, in particular caps and hats, including leather clothing.
26 Lace and embroidery, ribbons and braid; pins, eyes, needles; haberdashery, namely buttons, clips, ornamental novelty badges; pins, hooks and appliqués.
28 Games and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles (included in class 28), in particular golf balls, frisbees, footballs, handballs, water-polo balls, tennis balls.
34 Matches; lighters; matchboxes and cases (not of metal);tobacco; smokers' articles.
35 Marketing, market research, market analysis; business and organization consultancy; arranging and concluding commercial transactions for others; arranging contracts for the buying and selling of goods; opinion polling; advertising research; distribution of goods for advertising purposes; advertising; advertising, in particular radio, television, cinema, print, videotext and teletext advertising; advertising marketing, in particular in the aforesaid media and via the aforesaid media; publication of prospectuses; production of promotional films; rental of advertising films; telephone order placement for teleshopping; transmission and/or production of film, television, radio, BTX, videotext, teletext programmes or broadcasts.
36 Insurance; in particular insurance brokerage; financial affairs; monetary affairs, including issuing of membership cards with a credit and payment facility; capital investment brokerage; real-estate affairs.
38 Telecommunications; broadcasting of film, television, radio, VTX, videotext, teletext programmes or transmissions, in particular commercials; gathering and delivering news and general information; sound, image and data transmission by cable, satellite, computer (networks), telephone and ISDN lines and any other transmission media; presenting and communicating of information stored on databases, in particular including communication by means of interactive (computer) systems.
41 Education, providing of training, entertainment, sporting and cultural activities; television and radio entertainment; production of film, television, radio, VTX, videotext, teletext programmes or transmissions; film rental; production of teleshopping programmes; publication of printed matter, in particular catalogues, books, newspapers and periodicals.
42 Accommodation and catering for guests; development of electronic television programme guides; setting up and operating a database; computer programming.