6 Goods of precious metals and their alloys or coated therewith, namely craft objects, decorative objects.
9 Pre-recorded mechanical, magnetic, magneto-optical, optical and electronic carriers for sound, and/or image and/or data; coded telephone cards; encoded identity cards; computer game programs; screen savers; mouse mats; eyeglasses, sunglasses and cases therefor; database programs; computer software; network-supporting computer software (netware); firmware.
16 Goods of paper and cardboard, namely hand towels of paper, table napkins of paper, filter paper, paper handkerchiefs, paper decorations, writing paper, toilet paper, napkins of paper, containers and bags for packaging, wrapping paper; note holders and containers;printed matter, namely newspapers, periodicals, magazines, pamphlets, leaflets, prospectuses, programmes, press folders, books, calendars, posters, transparencies, entrance tickets, participant tickets, invitation cards, postcards, including postcards in the form of adhesive postcards;non-encoded identity cards; stationery, including writing and drawing implements; office requisites namely stamps (seals), inking pads, inks, letter openers, paper knives, letter trays, document files, desk pads, cases and containers for writing implements, perforators, stapling presses, paperclips and staples, stickers, including self-adhesive;instructional and teaching material (except apparatus) in the form of printed matter, games, globes, wall boards, drawing implements for wall boards; plastic materials for packaging, namely sleeves, pouches, bags, films, the latter including self-adhesive or for decorative purposes; playing cards; non-encoded telephone cards, non-encoded identity cards.
18 Goods of leather and imitations of leather, namely bags and containers not specifically designed for the objects being carried, including handbags, briefcases, shopping bags, travelling bags, sports bags, school satchels, backpacks and rucksacks;small leather goods, including purses, pocket wallets, key wallets, travelling sets, toilet bags, trunks and travelling bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks.
20 Plastic goods, namely figurines, including animal figurines, included in class 20; furniture, including upholstered furniture, office furniture, kitchen furniture and parts for furniture; mirrors, picture frames.
21 Household goods, namely bottle tops, table mats, place mats, soap boxes, soap holders, toothbrush beakers, toothbrush cases, paper plates, paper cups;wastepaper baskets; glassware, porcelain and stoneware for the household and kitchen; works of art made of glass, porcelain or stoneware; epergnes; small hand-operated devices for household and kitchen use; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building).
24 Textile goods, namely fabrics, curtains, blinds, household linen, table and bed linen; bed and table covers.
25 Clothing, including sportswear and leisurewear; shoes, footwear and boots, including shoes and boots for sports and leisure; stockings, tights, socks; neckties, including ties; gloves; headgear, including headbands and sweatbands; belts, braces, including belts and braces of leather.
28 Games, including electric and electronic games, included in class 28, and card games;playthings, toys, including fabric and rubber animals; gymnastic, fitness and sports apparatus.
35 Advertising and marketing; operation of databases.
36 Insurance and financial services; real-estate and housing management; operating of lotteries; financial management; real-estate and mortgage negotiation; hire-purchase; issuing of credit, telephone and cash cards, including charge cards in cheque card format for use as payment and/or credit cards; telebanking; processing payments made by charge cards; credit arranging; arranging of insurance.
38 Distribution of television, telecommunications and information signals via digital and analog wireless and/or cable networks, including via online and offline operations and via computer;online and interactive electronic media services; collection and supply of news.
41 Radio and television entertainment programmes; film, audio, video and television production; musical performances; publication of text, graphics, image and sound data which can be transmitted electronically and is accessible via data networks; publication and issuing of printed matter; arranging concerts, theatre and entertainment events, conferences, seminars, courses, symposiums, cultural exhibitions and lectures; organization of sports competitions.
42 Development and design of digital sound and image carriers; arranging and leasing access time to computer databases; providing of food and drink and temporary accommodation; providing of food and drink and temporary accommodation in hotels and restaurants; photography; computer programming and creation of graphics.