6 Alloys of common metal; badges of metal for vehicles; baskets of metal; bottle caps of metal; bottle closures of metal; bottle fasteners of metal; metal containers for compressed gas or liquid air; boxes of common metal; bronzes (works of art); buckles of common metal; containers of metal used for storage and transport; containers of metal for storing acids; copper rings; rings of common metal for keys; plaques of metal; plates of metal; casings of metal for oil wells; packaging containers of metal; partitions of metal; manifolds of metal for pipelines; clips of metal for pipes preserving boxes of metal; statues and statuettes of common metal.
9 Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire-extinguishing apparatus; electric apparatus and equipment; data processing equipment and computers; computer software; computer memories; recordings of computer operating programs; optical data media; computer terminals; visual display units; information and data storage and retrieval apparatus; disc drives; data processors; integrated circuits; solid state memories; printed circuit boards; read only memory chips, discs or tapes, all for video games; sound generation and sound reception apparatus; apparatus for the generation, display, monitoring and manipulation of electronic and computer generated imagery and sound; computer-interactive manipulative and control apparatus; amusement apparatus for use in arcades; video games apparatus; interactive data transfer apparatus; sensor apparatus for generating signals in response to movements of the human body; apparatus for applying stimuli to the body in response to computer generated signals; computer games; parts and fittings for the aforesaid goods; equipment, apparatus and devices for detecting the presence of electrical current or an electromagnetic field; sensors; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; batteries; sunglasses and spectacles, frames and straps; optical lenses; helmets; protective helmets; protective helmets for sports.
12 Vehicles; apparatus for locomotion by land, air or water; trailers, caravans, aircraft; liquefied natural gas tankers; boats.
14 Clocks; watches; alarm clocks; alloys of precious metals; amulets; jewellery; ashtrays of precious metals; badges of precious metals; baskets of precious metals, for household purposes; cigar boxes of precious metals; boxes of precious metals; boxes of precious metals for needles; boxes of precious metals for sweetmeat; bracelets; brooches; buckles of precious metals; candelabra of precious metals; candle extinguishers of precious metals; candle rings of precious metals; candlesticks of precious metals; cases for clocks and watches; chain mesh purses of precious metals; chains; charms; chronometers; chronometric instruments; cigarette cases of precious metals; cigarette holders of precious metals; coffee-pots; non electric of precious metals; coins; household containers of precious metals; kitchen containers of precious metals; cuff links; cups of precious metals; dishes of precious metals; earrings; egg cups of precious metals; flasks of precious metals; goblets of precious metals; gold and silver ware, other than cutlery, forks and spoons; hat ornaments of precious metal; household utensils of precious metals; objects of imitation gold; jewel cases of precious metals; jugs of precious metals; kitchen containers of precious metals; kitchen utensils of precious metals; match boxes of precious metals; match holders of precious metals; medallions; napkin holders of precious metal; napkin rings of precious metal; necklaces; needle cases of precious metal; nutcrackers of precious metal; ornamental pins; ornaments; pins of precious metal; plated articles; powder compacts of precious metal; purses of precious metal; rings; salad bowls of precious metal; salt cellars of precious metal; salt shakers of precious metal; saucers of precious metal; shoe ornaments of precious metal; snuff boxes of precious metal; soup bowls of precious metal; key chains; keyrings; ornamental pins; tie pins; straps for wrist watches; sundials; table plates of precious metals; tea caddies of precious metal; tea infusers of precious metal; tea services of precious metal; teapots of precious metal; tea-strainers of precious metal; tie clips; tie pins; tobacco jars of precious metal; toothpick holders of precious metal; trays of precious metal; urns of precious metal; vases of precious metal; coasters of precious metal.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; bookbinding materials; adhesives and adhesive tapes for stationery or household use; atlases; maps; paper or plastic bags for packaging; books; cards; charts; plastic bubble packs for wrapping or packaging; calendars; diaries; paper tapes; cards and disks, all for recording computer programmes; coasters of paper; control tokens; filter paper; folders; flags (of paper); handbooks; magazines (periodicals); newspapers; paper, cardboard and plastic substitutes for paper and cardboard; pamphlets; paperweights; pens; pencils, pen and pencil holders; pencil sharpeners; photographs; pictures; place mats of paper or substitutes therefor, paper or plastic handkerchiefs, tissues or towels; postcards; posters; printed matter and printed publications; prospectuses; paper ribbons; rubber erasers; rulers; school supplies; stands for pens and pencils; table cloths, table linen, mats and napkins, all of paper; writing cases; paint brushes; paint rollers; all included in class 16.
18 Attache cases, bags for campers; bags for climbers; beach bags; belts; briefcases; cases, of leather or leatherboards; chain mesh purses, not of precious metals; game bags; garment bags for travel; handbags; haversacks; imitation leather; key cases (leatherwear); music cases; net bags for shopping; parasols; pocket wallets; purses; rucksacks; school bags; school satchels; shopping bags; sling bags for carrying infants; suitcases; travelling bags; travelling sets (leatherwear); travelling trunks; luggage trunks; umbrellas; umbrella covers; umbrella handles; valises; vanity cases (not fitted); wheeled shopping bags; canvas bags; cloth bags; net bags for shopping; back packs; waist pouches; pouches of leather, for packaging.
21 Baskets, for domestic use, not of precious metal; mugs, not of precious metal; bottle openers; bottles; glass bowls; soap boxes; boxes of glass; buttonhooks; candelabra not of precious metal; candle rings not of precious metal; candle sticks not of precious metal; candy boxes not of precious metal; china ornaments; crockery; cups not of precious metal; dishes not of precious metal; drinking flasks for travellers not of precious metal; earthenware; enamelled glass; figurines not of precious metal; flasks not of precious metal; painted glassware; jugs not of precious metal; kitchen containers not of precious metal; spice sets; statues and statuettes, of porcelain, terra-cotta or glass; tableware (other than knives, forks and spoons) not of precious metal; tea caddies not of precious metal; tea infusers not of precious metal; tea services not of precious metal; teapots not of precious metal; urns not of precious metal; utensils for household purposes not of precious metal; vases not of precious metal; paper plates; ceramics for household purposes; porcelain wares; glasses, mugs not of precious metal; fridge magnets; coasters (not of paper) and other than table linen; ceramic coin boxes.
25 Clothing, footwear, headgear; tee-shirts, caps (headwear), berets, pants, trousers, aprons, beach clothes, bibs, boas, boots for sports, ear muffs, gloves, hats, headbands, jackets, jumpers, knitwear, motorists' clothing, neckties, parkas, cap peaks, pullovers, scarves, shawls, shirts, socks, sports jerseys, sports shoes, stuff jackets, vests, visors, wristbands, waistcoats.
28 Games and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles not included in other classes; balls, balls for games, gloves for games; bells for Christmas trees; building games; checkerboards; checkers (games); chess-boards; golf clubs; golf gloves; golf bags; golf balls; cricket bags; dice; dolls; dominoes; draughtboards; draughts (games); elbow guards (sport articles); knee guards (sport articles); marionettes; toy masks; mobiles (toys); scale model vehicles; protective paddings (part of sport suits); playing balls; puppets; rackets; rattles (playthings); ring games; shin guards (sport articles); spinning tops; teddy bears; theatrical masks; toys; animal replicas as playthings; jigsaw puzzles, toy puzzles; board games; indoor games; kaleidoscope as toys; marbles; building blocks; soft toys; puppets; toy vehicles; scale model vehicles.
34 Tobacco; smokers' articles; matches; ashtrays, not of precious metal; cigarette and cigar cases, not of precious metal; cigar cutters; cigar holders, not of precious metal; cigar lighters; lighters for smokers; gas containers for cigar lighters; cigarette filters; mouthpieces for cigarette holders; matchboxes and match holders, not of precious metal; tobacco pipes.
35 Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; business management and organisation consulting; business research; commercial information agencies; commercial industrial and business management assistance; demonstration of goods, direct mail advertising; document reproduction; advisory services for business management; market research, market studies; organisation of exhibitions and conferences; organisation of trade shows and trade fairs, data processing services; business planning; registration services for cards used for financial transactions, services for promoting the sale of goods and services for promoting the provision of services; business information; marketing petrochemical products and petrochemical consultancy services; provision of cost estimates for the repair and maintenance of vessels.
41 Education; providing of training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; publication of books; providing recreation facilities, organisation of competitions, displays and exhibitions all for educational and entertainment purposes, management training services; training services relating to oil spill prevention and/or containment; arranging and conducting motor vehicles races, motor vehicle entertainment, motor vehicle entertainment information, motor vehicle exhibitions; organization of motor vehicle races; providing facilities for motor vehicles races; timing of motor vehicle events.