Word mark

Trademark: 'totally nutz' 

European Community Trademark, no. 001865765, Word mark


On 21. 9. 2000 the community trademark application no. 001865765 was filed for totally nutz (Word mark) before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 3, 9, 14, 16, 18, 21, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 34, 35, 38, 41 and 42. The current status of the trademark is application withdrawn.

Status is 'Application withdrawn'
The Community Trade Mark application has been withdrawn by the applicant for whatever reason. So right now there is no protection of this very trademark ad you can file it.

Applied21. 9. 2000
Nice classes3, 9, 14, 16, 18, 21, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 34, 35, 38, 41, 42


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Hollerallee 73
28209 Bremen


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Nice classes

3  Soaps, perfumery, cosmetics, hair lotions, non-medical hair care preparations, non-medical oral and dental hygiene preparations, deodorants for personal use.

9  Photographic, cinematographic, optical, electric, electrotechnical and electronic apparatus and equipment (included in class 9 ); exposed films, recorded and unrecorded sound and/or image recording carriers (except unexposed films); magnetic data carriers; video, computer and other electronic games adapted for use with televisions, video and computer games, computer and video games cassettes, diskettes, cartridges, discs and tapes, and other programs recorded on machine-readable data carriers (included in class 9) ; games program cassettes, diskettes, tapes, cartridges and discs and hand controls for the aforesaid games equipment; spectacles and sunglasses; spectacle cases, chains and cords, spectacle lenses, spectacle frames.

14  Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, (included in class 14); jewellery, costume jewellery, precious stones; clocks and watches, sports watches and other chronometric instruments and cases therefor; watch straps; key rings of plastic.

16  Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials (included in class 16); printed matter, newspapers and periodicals, books; book ends, book sleeves; photographs, posters; stationery; postcards and greetings cards; party articles of paper and/or cardboard, namely paper streamers, flags, pennants, table decorations, table napkins, table cloths, place mats; playing cards.

18  Leather, goods made from leather and imitations of leather (included in class 18); rucksacks, school bags, haversacks, shopping bags, satchels, sports bags, shoulder bags, handbags, belt bags, travelling bags, pocket wallets, money bags and purses, key wallets, trunks and travelling bags; unfitted cases and bags for cosmetics and hair care products; cases for holding and carrying toys; key holders of leather and imitations of leather; umbrellas, parasols, sleeves for umbrellas and parasols; walking sticks.

21  Small hand-operated devices for household and kitchen use; household and kitchen containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith), goods of glass, porcelain or earthenware (included in class 21); party tableware, tableware, cooking and baking sets; serving trays; place mats of plastic, table mats; picnic hampers, brushes (except paintbrushes); combs and sponges; soap dishes, liquid soap dispensers.

25  Clothing, in particular shirts, trousers, T-shirts, underwear, stockings, scarves, headbands; belts for clothing; braces; gloves; headgear, party hats; footwear.

26  Badges, emblems, ornamental novelty badges and pins, belt buckles, all not of precious metals, their alloys or coated therewith; hair slides and hair clips; iron-on patches, emblems and sew-on patches of textile material; buttons, hooks and eyes, pins and needles; laces for footwear; ribbons and artificial flowers, garlands, lace trimming and embroidery.

28  Games and playthings, including electronic games and playthings, in particular portable electronic games equipment, computer and video games equipment (other than adapted for use with televisions), radio-controlled and remote-controlled playthings; masks, novelties for parties, dances (party favours); hobby and model building sets (games), roller skates, skateboards, ice skates; gymnastic and sporting equipment; decorations for Christmas trees.

29  Marmalades, jams, fruit jellies; milk products; prepared nuts; potato chips; salad dressings, fruit sauces.

30  Coffee, tea, cocoa, chocolate and chocolate products; coffee, tea, cocoa and chocolate-based drinks, cocoa preparations for making beverages; bread, cakes, pastries, preparations made from cereals for food (except foodstuffs for animals), pastry and confectionery; edible ices; confectionery products; chewing gum, not for medical purposes.

34  Tobacco and tobacco products; smokers' articles; lighters, matches.

35  Advertising, including radio and television advertising; production of radio and television advertising broadcasts; organisation of trade fairs and exhibitions for commercial or advertising purposes; advertising consultancy; distribution of advertising material for others; public relations and arranging of advertising.

38  Transmission of radio and television programmes; transmission of sound and images by wire, cable or satellite communications and similar technical devices; gathering and delivering news and general information.

41  Educational services; training; entertainment, in particular radio and television entertainment, production, reproduction, presentation and rental of films, production and reproduction of sound and image recordings on other sound and/or image recording carriers; production and creation of radio and television programmes, in particular radio and television entertainment programmes; leisure and amusement parks; public entertainment, circus performances, animal shows; theatre productions, musical performances; arranging and organising of concerts, tours, theatre productions, dancing and/or musical performances, and entertainment shows; arranging and conducting of sporting and cultural activities; organising and arranging of trade fairs and exhibitions for cultural or educational purposes; publication of books, newspapers and periodicals.

42  Accommodation and catering for guests; outside catering; beauty care; computer programming.


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