3 Bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning, polishing, scouring and abrasive preparations; soaps; perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, in particular foam bath preparations, bath gels, lip balms, hair lotions, non-medical hair care preparations; dentifrices; scented sprays and room sprays (included in class 3).
8 Hand tools and implements (hand operated); hand operated equipment used in agriculture, horticulture and forestry, for the construction of machines, apparatus and vehicles, and for structural engineering; pumps for conveying liquids, solids and air, hand-operated or being attachments for hand-operated apparatus or machines; side arms; nail clippers; trimmers for dogs; cutlery; razors.
9 Scientific, photographic, cinematographic and optical apparatus and instruments; electric apparatus and instruments (included in class 9); apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; barometers; hydrometers; hygrometers; holograms; semiconductors; compasses; telescopes; kaleidoscopes; metronomes; microphones; modems; music boxes; periscopes; plotters; sextants; magnetic data-carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers, in particular home computers, buffer memories, computer chips, discs, cables, diskette drives, terminals, printers, keyboards, monitors and other peripheral apparatus for computers; mouse pads; synthesisers; emulators; keyboards; data carriers containing MP3 files; data carriers containing MIDI files; MIDI file reading and transmission apparatus; MIDI apparatus for the production, recording and reproduction of MIDI files; MP3 file reading and transmission apparatus; MP3 apparatus for the production, recording and reproduction of MP3 files; computer game accessories comprising disc memories, manual controls and television games apparatus; video, computer and other electronic games adapted for use with television apparatus, automatic gaming and entertainment machines, including pinball games, video and computer games (including token or coin-operated); parts of the aforesaid goods; accessories for home computers, videos and computer games and similar electronic and electrotechnical apparatus, namely joysticks, manual controls, control devices, adapters, modules, computer and video game cassettes, diskettes, cartridges, discs and tapes, and other programs recorded on machine-readable data carriers, included in class 9; exposed films, in particular cinematographic and feature films; recorded and unrecorded sound and/or image carriers (except unexposed films), in particular compact discs, audio tapes, video tapes, video cassettes; decorative magnets; spectacles and sunglasses; 3-D spectacles; spectacle cases, chains and cords, spectacle lenses, spectacle frames, binoculars; contact lenses; projectors, enlarging equipment, tripods for cameras; photocopying apparatus and machines, including electrostatic and thermal photocopying apparatus and machines; radio and television apparatus, voice machines, entertainment equipment, being adapted for use with television apparatus; fire-extinguishing apparatus; hazard triangles; electric cables, wires, conductors and connection fittings therefor, commutators, distribution boards and distributing boxes; batteries, tachometers, transformers; clothing for protection against accidents, including shoes, special clothing for life-saving purposes, face protection shields, protective goggles or protective masks for workers; diving suits, diving goggles, snorkels, swimming jackets, water wings; ski goggles; protective helmets for people engaging in winter sports, horse riders, cyclists and motorcyclists; electric irons; electric soldering apparatus, electric welding apparatus, battery charging apparatus; special purpose containers, specially adapted for the aforesaid apparatus and instruments; laser pointers.
11 Apparatus for lighting, heating, steam generating, cooking, refrigerating, drying, ventilating, water supply and sanitary purposes; heated cushions and electric blankets, not for medical purposes; heat pumps, sauna bath installations, mainly consisting of sauna cubicles, stoves for saunas, control apparatus for saunas, yoghurt makers; light strings; illuminated advertisements.
13 Firearms; ammunition and projectiles; explosives; fireworks.
14 Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, included in class 14; jewellery, in particular chains, lapel pins and pins, pendants, earrings, bracelets, rings, all of precious metal or coated therewith, or being fashion jewellery; precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments, watch straps; key fobs.
16 Paper, cardboard, goods of paper and cardboard, included in class 16; printed matter; newspapers and periodicals, books, comics and comic books, sketch books, picture books, games and activity books, painting and hobby books, craft books, poster books; book ends, book sleeves, book covers (boxes); photographs, including computer-generated photographs, posters; bookbinding material; cut-out figures and decorations of cardboard, stationery, postcards and greeting cards, trading cards, writing paper and envelopes, postage stamps, name plates and labels of paper or cardboard, notebooks, diaries, memo pads, note boards, address books, folders, document folders, files and portfolios, film hole reinforcers, calendars, ring binders, student planners, albums, collectors' albums, paperweights, letter openers, writing pads, desk organisers (containers for writing and office implements); rulers, rubber erasers, stapling presses, staples and paper clips, bookmarks and bookmarkers; dressmaking patterns and stencils for drawing; transfers and appliqués (including of PVC and being iron-on transfers and appliqués and temporary tattoos); rub-on pictures, paper and PVC stickers, paper sachets, bags and pouches; gift paper, gift tags of paper or cardboard, party articles of paper and/or cardboard, namely paper streamers, flags, pennants, garlands, table decorations, table napkins, tablecloths, place mats; black boards and white boards, chalk; adhesives for stationery and household purposes, writing implements, marker pens, cases for writing, painting and drawing utensils, pencil cases filled with marker pens, fountain pens, ballpoint pens, pencils, rulers, rubber erasers and notepaper; pencil cases and containers, pencil holders, pencil extenders and attachments, pencil sharpeners, drawing, painting and modelling goods and apparatus, paintbrushes; artists' materials, namely crayons, chalk, palettes and canvasses; hobby kits with painting materials; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture) included in class 16; dispensers for adhesive tapes, instructional and teaching material (except apparatus), including in the form of printed matter, games, animal and plant preparations, geological models and preparations, globes, drawing implements for wall boards; plastic materials for packaging, included in class 16; playing cards, printers' type, printing blocks; stamps (seals), stamp inks and ink pads, inks; indoor aquariums; indoor vivariums; party bags of paper.
17 Rubber, gutta-percha, gum, asbestos, mica and goods made from rubber, gutta-percha or gum in the form of blocks, plates, rods, foils, cord or bands (all being semi-finished products); plastics in extruded form for use in manufacture; packing, stopping and insulating materials; flexible pipes, not of metal; self-adhesive tapes; other than stationery and not for medical or household purposes.
18 Leather and imitations of leather, and goods made of these materials and included in class 18; animal skins; rucksacks, school bags, haversacks, shopping bags, satchels, sports bags, shoulder bags, lockable 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; whips, harness and saddlery.
19 Lucky stones; building materials (non-metallic); non-metallic rigid pipes for building; asphalt, pitch and bitumen; non-metallic transportable buildings; monuments, not of metal; large aquaria; gravel for aquaria; rock crystal; busts of stone, concrete or marble, statuettes of stone, concrete or marble; veneer wood; plaster; granite; gravel; artificial stone; marble; parquet flooring; schists; railway sleepers; stone; terracotta; potters' clay; aviaries, not of metal; bricks.
20 Furniture, camping furniture, bed clothes, mattresses, pillows, sleeping bags for camping; mirrors, picture frames; goods (included in class 20) 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; goods of wood or wood substitute materials, namely mouldings for picture frames, curtain rails, wall plugs (dowels), boxes, transport pallets, barrels, containers, chests, workbenches, tanks, taps, stakes for plants or trees, tool handles, spools, coat hangers; goods of plastic, namely mouldings for picture frames, curtain rails, pegs, cases, transport pallets, casks, containers, chests, tanks, rivets, screws, pins, signs, furniture, window and door fittings, curtain rails and curtain hooks, slatted indoor blinds, garment bags, coat hangers, stoppers for bottles, stakes for plants or trees; letter boxes not of metal or of masonry; decorative objects and works of art made from the aforesaid materials; stands for Christmas trees.
21 Household or kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith); in particular baking tins, dishes, wine coolers and other non-electric refrigerating containers for bottles, ice buckets, wine carafes, wine racks, bottles, drinking flasks for travellers, sandwich boxes, non-electric thermal containers for food or drinks; glassware, porcelain and earthenware (included in class 21); unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool; party tableware, salt shakers and pepper pots, cups, mugs, drinking glasses, plates, dishes, serving plates, serving trays; place mats of plastic, table mats; napkin holders and napkin rings, teapots (not of precious metal or coated therewith); kettles, baking and cooking pot sets, Christmas tableware; breakfast platters and chopping boards; fitted picnic baskets (including tableware and containers), brushes (except paintbrushes), including nail brushes and toothbrushes; brush-making materials; combs and sponges; soap dishes, liquid soap dispensers; indoor terrariums for plant cultivation; ice-cream makers; clothes pegs.
24 Textiles and textile goods, included in class 24, in particular fabrics, covers, curtains, blinds and other textile decorations for windows, roller blinds, textile shower curtains, fabric labels (stickers) and badges of fabric (including iron-on badges of fabric); bed linen and bed covers, in particular quilts, bedspreads, duvet covers, quilt covers, mattress covers, bed sheets, pillow cases; tablecloths and table linen, in particular place mats of textile, table napkins of fabric; household linen, in particular towels, face cloths, washing mitts, oven cloths, oven gloves, barbecue gloves.
25 Clothing, including outerclothing, jackets, T-shirts, sweatshirts, fancy-dress costumes, nightclothes, hosiery, socks, leggings, neckties, scarves, headscarves; swimwear, beachwear and sportswear; swimsuits, bathing caps, bathing trunks, bath mats, bathrobes, bath slippers; underclothing, bibs for children, aprons, belts, braces, gloves; headgear, baseball caps, party hats; footwear; all the aforesaid goods for children and adults.
28 Games and playthings; including electronic, in particular portable electronic, games equipment, computer and video games equipment (other than adapted for television receivers), games program cassettes, diskettes, tapes, cartridges and discs, and hand controls (joysticks) for the aforesaid games equipment, radio-controlled or remote-controlled games, building blocks and bricks for games, dolls, dolls' clothing, carrier bags for dolls, dolls' cars, miniature vehicles, toy helicopters and aeroplanes, frisbees, soft toys and toys of textile materials, hand puppets, marionettes, soft toys, toy vehicles, train sets, targets; jigsaws, puzzles, inflatable toys and balloons, novelties for parties, dances (party favours); play tents for children, fancy dress masks, toy cosmetics for children, toy shaving sets, kites, marbles for games, pinball games, water toys and bath toys, water pistols and toy guns, action figures and portable containers therefor, toy money boxes, board games; hobby and model building sets (games), in particular for building and modelling toy dinosaurs and toy vehicles; toy laser pointers, laser swords, laser guns; Christmas toys, in particular dancing and/or singing Christmas trees, Santa Claus figures, fishes, Christmas pyramids; skateboards; gymnastic and sporting articles (included in class 28); skis, ski bindings, ski sticks, edges for skis, coverings for skis, wax for skies, skiing, tennis and angling equipment; swim fins; balls for games, dumbbells, shot puts, discuses, javelins; tennis racquets, cricket bats, golf clubs and hockey sticks; roller-skates and ice-skates; skateboards; kickboards; scooters; wakeboards; surfboards; snow boards; decorations for Christmas trees, in particular light chains, coloured light cables, Christmas stars, Christmas baubles.
29 Meat, fish, poultry and game; meat extracts; preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies, jams, fruit sauces; eggs, milk and milk products; edible oils and fats.
30 Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals; bread, pastry and confectionery, edible ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking-powder; salt; mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice.
32 Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; energy drinks; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; isotonic drinks.
35 Advertising; mail advertising; sales promotion, for others; distribution of samples; distribution of leaflets, prospectuses, printed matter, samples, email advertising; business management; business administration; office functions, commercial information agencies; marketing and market research; business investigations, business information, business research and business organisation consultancy; obtaining tenders for the sale of goods for others.
36 Insurance; financial affairs; monetary affairs; real-estate affairs.
39 Transport; packaging and storage of goods; travel arrangement; delivery of goods; brokerage; delivery of mail order goods; transport and storage of waste and rubbish.
40 Treatment of materials; incineration, destruction and disposal of waste and rubbish.
41 Education; training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; leisure centres and amusement parks in the field of education and entertainment; publication of books, newspapers and periodicals, radio and/or television entertainment; production of recording discs, sound tapes, sound cassettes, films and videos; rental of films, recording discs, videos; film showings; arranging and conducting of seminars in the fields of science, sport and culture.
42 Providing of food and drink, in particular snack bars and restaurants; temporary accommodation; cocktail lounge (bar) services; discotheque services; medical care; hygienic and beauty care; computer programming, in particular the creation of programs for downloading MP3 or MIDI files from fixed equipment or from the Internet; professional consultancy, non-business, consultancy in the field of computer hardware; updating of computer software; providing campsite facilities; rental of holiday homes; flower arranging; horoscope casting.