6 Goods of common metal not included in other classes; figures and figurines; boxes, cases, chests, containers, lids and closures; key rings, key fobs and key chains; models; trophies; boxes; containers; plaques; ornaments; frames and stands; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
14 Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith; figurines; figural products; watches; clocks; chains, bands, and bracelets; jewellery; coins; medals and medallions; cufflinks; precious and semi-precious stones; presentation cases adapted for all the aforesaid goods; sundials; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; book-binding material; photographs; stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters and office requisites (other than furniture); instructional and teaching material (other than apparatus); plastic materials for packaging (not included in other classes); playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; posters; books; calendars; programs; pens; pencils; greeting cards; Christmas cards; placemats; coasters; decalcomanias; stickers; lithographs; cartoons; albums; autograph books; address books; appointment books; art pictures; art paper; paper bags; banners; binders; book covers; coloring books; song books; notebooks; decorating papers; paper emblems; paper flags; magazines; trading cards; paper place mats; paper coasters; sheet music; tour programs; adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; aquarium hoods; architects' models; babies' diaper-pants of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' diapers of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' napkin-pants [diaper-pants] of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' napkin-pants of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' napkins of paper and cellulose [disposable]; bags for microwave cooking; balls for ball-point pens; chaplets; composing frames [printing]; composing sticks; control tokens; engraving plates; galley racks [printing]; garbage bags [of paper or of plastics]; garbage bags of paper or of plastics; graining combs; hand labelling appliances; holders for checkbooks [cheque books]; house painters' rollers; indoor aquaria; indoor terrariums [vivariums]; marking chalk; packaging material made of starches; passport holders; photograph stands; printers' blankets, not of textile; printers' reglets; rosaries; self-adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; sheets of reclaimed cellulose for wrapping; steatite [tailor's chalk]; tailors' chalk; tanks [indoor aquaria]; trays for sorting and counting money; vignetting apparatus; wristbands for the retention of writing instruments.
20 Figurines; figural products; furniture; seating; shelving; mirrors; picture frames; photograph frames; basketware; household furnishings; ornaments; beds, mattresses, pillows and bolsters; sleeping bags; non-textile blinds; wall plaques; display boards; non-metallic caps and closures for bottles and for containers; non-metallic house numbers; coat stands; doorstops; hampers; bean hags; towel racks and towel holders, mug racks; plate racks; magazine racks; wine racks; drinking straws; jewellery and trinket boxes; articles of resin, cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl, meerschaum, substitutes for the aforesaid materials, plastics or of wood; plastic place mats; plastic coasters; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
21 Figurines; figural products; domestic, household and cooking utensils and containers; glassware; chinaware ceramic ware, earthenware and enamelware; trays; brooms; cleaning materials; combs and cases therefore; sponges; loofahs; candle sticks; candelabras; candle snuffers; brushes; condiment sets; salt mills; pepper mills; coasters; corkscrews; shoe horns; tooth brushes; tooth picks; picnicware; flasks; cool boxes; wine coolers; bins; napkin rings; hand operated coffee grinders; woks; jugs, measuring jugs; decorative objects made of chine, glass, ceramics, earthenware or porcelain; plant holders, flower pots, statuettes and urns; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
25 Clothing; footwear; headgear; costumes; babies' diapers of textile; babies' napkins of textile; boot uppers; cap peaks; dress shields; fittings of metal for shoes and boots; footwear uppers; hat frames [skeletons]; heel pieces for stockings; heelpieces for boots; heelpieces for boots and shoes; heelpieces for shoes; heelpieces for stockings; heels; inner soles; iron fittings for boots; iron fittings for shoes; non-slipping devices for boots; non-slipping devices for boots and shoes; non-slipping devices for shoes; pockets for clothing; ready-made linings [parts of clothing]; shirt fronts; shirt yokes; soles for footwear; studs for football boots [shoes]; tips for footwear; visors [hatmaking]; welts for boots; welts for boots and shoes; welts for shoes.
28 Toys, games and playthings; decorations for Christmas trees; action figures and accessories therefor; balls; dolls and accessories therefor; party favours in the nature of small toys and play accessories; play figures; puzzles; costume masks; puppets; handheld computer games.