Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Cinematographic film, exposed; apparatus for recording sound and images and, in particular radios; television apparatus; cinematographic cameras and projectors; videocassettes and pre-recorded cassettes; editing apparatus for cinematographic films; tapes and cassette-recorders; electronic apparatus and instruments; computer programs; telephone apparatus; spectacles.
Class 14 : Jewellery coated with precious metals or otherwise; silver and gold ware and jewellery; horological and chronometric instruments.
Class 16 : Magazines containing television and/or radio programme listings; books; dictionaries; newspapers; children's comics; comic strips; periodicals; magazines; catalogues; pamphlets; leaflets; index cards; ledgers; paper; articles of paper; cardboard; articles of cardboard; blotting paper; photocopy paper; bookbinding material; photographs; stationery items; adhesives for office use; glue for office use; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters; stapling presses for office use; paper-clips; staple-removers; staples; office perforators; instructional and teaching material; document holders; loose-leaf binders (office requisites); playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; ink-pads for stamps; stamps (seals); stamp holders; date stamps; pencil sharpeners; office supplies; office materials; office seals; rubber erasers; adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; paper ribbons for calculating machines; penholders; ball-point pens; pencils, fountain pens; chalks; clips; document correctors; compasses for drawing; set squares and rulers; enveloping machines for offices; envelopes; writing paper; carbon paper; paper knives; cutters for offices; self-adhesive advertising labels; posters; visiting cards; diaries.... More
Class 18 : Bags; handbags; travelling bags; pocket wallets; rucksacks; purses; briefcases; document holders made of leather and imitation leather; gents' handbags; trunks; skins, hides; leatherware; leather and goods made of leather; imitations of skins and leather and goods made of these materials; parasols; beach umbrellas, umbrellas.
Class 25 : Clothing for gentlemen, ladies and children in general, including clothing of leather; shirts; blouses; skirts; jackets; trousers; shorts; sports jerseys; T-shirts; pyjamas; stockings; singlets; dressing gowns; hats; headscarves; ties; waterproof clothing; overcoats; topcoats; swimsuits; tracksuits; windcheaters; ski trousers; belts; furs; scarves; gloves; dressing gowns; footwear in general, including, slippers, shoes, footwear for sports, boots and sandals.... More
Class 28 : Games; toys; gymnastic and sporting articles; games made of paper or cardboard-based materials.
Class 35 : Services in the advertising and business sectors; marketing research and marketing.
Class 38 : Services in the communications sector; transmission of radio and television programmes; cable and satellite transmission of programmes; managing telephone lines and transmission of telephone services; computer aided transmission of messages and images; wire service; non-commercial information agencies.
Class 41 : Production of radio and television programmes; production of television and cinema films; production of radio and television programmes; rental of radio and television sets; cinematographic studies; rental of video tapes and motion pictures; rental of movie projectors and accessories; recording studio services; rental of sound recordings; an activity carried out by a recording company; production and presentation of live performances; services provided in the sectors of instruction, education, entertainment and recreation; arranging and conducting courses, competitions, games, sporting competitions, congresses, seminars; organisation of exhibitions for cultural and/or educational purposes; club services; an activity carried out by a publishing company; physical education; services relating to the development and practice of sports.... More
Class 42 : Professional consultancy in general; vocational guidance; quality control; technical project studies and technical research; guardianship, legal consultancy; legal research; economic consultancy; tax consultancy; psychological testing; copyright management and patent exploitation; computer programming; design and updating of computer software; rental of computer software; providing facilities for exhibitions.... More