3 Non-medicated preparations for the application to, conditioning and care of hair, scalp, skin and nails; soaps; perfumes; perfumery; eau de cologne; toilet waters; essential and herbal oils; cosmetics; make-up preparations; non-medicated toilet preparations; hair sprays and hair gels; preparations for use in the bath or shower; bath and shower oils, gels, creams and foams; face and body masks; face and body scrubs; facial washes; skin cleansers and hydrators; skin toners; skin moisturizers; blemish creams and blemish gels; deodorants; preparations for use before shaving and after shaving; shaving soaps; shaving creams; shaving gels; after-shave preparations; pre-shave preparations; talcum powders; toiletries; dentifrices; toothpastes.
8 Hand tools; hand apparatus and instruments included in class 8; cutlery; knives; forks; spoons; sidearms; scissors; shears; razors; razor blades; razor strops; shavers; hand implements for hair curling (non-electric); tongs; hair removing tweezers; manicure sets; manicure implements; pedicure sets; pedicure implements; cases for all the aforesaid goods; silver plate.
14 Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith; semi-precious and precious stones; horological and other chronometric instruments; watches, clocks, jewellery and imitation jewellery; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
16 Paper; cardboard; paper articles; cardboard articles; printed matter; books; publications; comic books; song books; magazines; newsletters; newspapers; albums; periodicals; journals; catalogues; manuals; maps; pamphlets; leaflets; posters; stationery; labels; office requisites; drawing and painting materials, apparatus and instruments; writing instruments; instructional and teaching materials; instructional and teaching materials in the form of games, apparatus and instruments; book binding materials; book covers; book marks; printing sets; drawings; paintings; photographs; prints; pictures; calendars; playing cards; decalcomanias; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
18 Articles of leather and imitations of leather; trunks and travelling bags; travel cases; luggage; suitcases; holdalls; portmanteaux; valises; bags; handbags; shoulder bags; toilet bags; carrier bags; rucksacks; backpacks; bumbags; sport bags; casual bags; briefcases; attaché cases; music cases; satchels; beauty cases; carriers for suits, for shirts and for dresses; tie cases; notecases; notebook holders; document cases and holders; credit card cases and holders; chequebook holders; wallets; purses; umbrellas; parasols; walking sticks; shooting sticks; belts; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
20 Furniture; mirrors; picture frames; goods (not included in other classes) of wood, cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of pearl, meerschaum, tortoiseshell and substitutes for all these materials, or of plastics; coat hangers; bolsters; mattresses; sleeping bags; keyboards for hanging keys; jewellery cases (not of precious metal); straws for drinking; mobiles (decoration); flower pot pedestals; wax figures; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
21 Household utensils and containers; kitchen utensils and containers; glassware; porcelain; earthenware; cruet sets; pepper mills; salt mills; toast racks; lunch boxes; flasks; picnic baskets (fitted); insulated bottles; insulated flasks; portable coolers and portable insulated coolers; thermally insulated containers all for carrying or storing food and/or drink; brushes; combs; toothbrushes; cosmetic utensils; trouser presses; tie presses; shoe-trees (stretchers); shaving brush stands; hot water bottles; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
24 Textiles; textile articles; textile piece goods; bed and table covers; household linen; linen cloth; bed linen; bath linen; table linen; table cloths; curtains of textile or plastic; pillow shams; pillow cases; sheets; towels; eiderdowns; duvets; covers for eiderdown and duvets; napery; napkins; serviettes; table mats (not of paper); face towels; flannels; tissues of textile for removing make-up; traced cloth for embroidery; tapestry (wall hangings) of textile; rugs (travelling); furniture coverings of plastic.
25 Articles for clothing; footwear; boots, shoes, slippers, sandals, trainers, socks and hosiery; headgear; hats; caps; berets; scarves; gloves; mittens; belts (being articles of clothing); shirts, t-shirts, polo shirts, sports shirts, football and rugby shirts; trousers, jeans, shorts, sport shorts, football shorts, rugby shorts; swimwear; underwear; lingerie; tracksuits, football boots, rugby boots; articles of outerwear, coats, jackets, ski jackets, casual jackets, waterproof and weatherproof jackets and coats, parkas, ski wear; suits; jumpers and cardigans; knitwear; leggings; neckties; pyjamas; waistcoats; headbands and wristbands; womenswear; childrenswear; saris.
26 Lace and embroidery; ribbons; braids; buttons, hooks and eyes, pins and needles; haberdashery; artificial flowers; artificial fruits; artificial garlands; hair bands; hair curlers; hair crimpers; hair curling pins; hair grips; hair clips; hair slides; hair nets; hair ornaments; hair pins; hair accessories; expanding bands; braces; toupees; wigs; top knots; tresses of hair; elastic ribbons; bows; buckles; badges; buttons; ornamental buttons; lapel pins; studs; orsedew; fancy goods; silver embroidery; tea cosies; sewing boxes; childrens' reins; parts and fitting for all the aforesaid goods.
28 Games, toys and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles; electronic toys and electronic games; dolls and dolls' clothing; accessories for dolls; dolls' houses; dolls' furniture; dolls' furniture accessories; teddy bears; toy action figures; toy vehicles, scale model vehicles; toy building structures and toy vehicle tracks; soft toys; plush toys; play sets and play cases; balloons; playing cards; novelty jokes; novelties for parties; toy masks; masks; decorations for Christmas trees; puppets; marionettes; playing balls; kites; bats; balls; marbles; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
29 Meat, fish, poultry and game; products made from the aforesaid goods; meat extracts; crustacea; shell fish; preserved, dried, cooked and frozen fruits and vegetables; jellies; jams; preserves; dairy products; eggs, milk and milk products; butter and cream; edible oils and edible fats; food products made from fruit; food products made from vegetables; cheese; gravies; pates; pickles; vegetable juices for cooking; nuts; salads; soups; tomato juice and tomato puree; yogurt; prepared meals and snack foods within this class; dessert products within this class.
30 Coffee and tea; coffee substitutes and mixtures of coffee and coffee substitutes; tea and coffee based beverages; cocoa and cocoa based beverages; chocolate based beverages; sugar; rice, tapioca and sago; flour and preparations made from flour; cereals and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry and cakes; biscuits; chocolate and beverages; chocolate and chocolate confectionery; cinnamon; spices; condiments; confectionery; ice cream, water ices and frozen confectionery; preparations for making ice cream, water ices and frozen confectionery; custard, decorations for cakes; farinaceous foods an farinaceous food pastes; frozen yogurt; honey; infusions, ketchup and sauces within this class; marzipan; malt for food; mayonnaise; muesli; mustard; macaroni; spaghetti and other pasta based products; pastry; pastries; pies; pizzas; sandwiches; semolina; sugar; sweeteners; vanilla based flavourings; treacle; yeast; baking powder; pepper; vinegar; icing; prepared meals and snacks included in this class; dessert products included in this class; sauces.
32 Beers; non-alcoholic beverages; mineral and aerated waters; fruit drinks, fruit juices, tomato juice vegetable juices; health drinks; syrups and other preparations for making beverages.
33 Alcoholic beverages (except beers).
35 The bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of goods, enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase these goods in a retail department store; the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of goods, enabling customer to conveniently view and purchase those catalogues by mail order, telephone or other means of telecommunications; provision of information to customers and advice and assistance in the selection of goods brought together as above; concession services, being the provision of personnel to in-store retailers.