Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Chemical products for use in industry; chemical preparations for scientific purposes; chemical preparations for use in photography; chemicals for agricultural, horticultural or forestry use; artificial and synthetic resins; dispersions of plastics; plastics, unprocessed, in powder, liquid or paste form; animal manures and artificial fertilizers; fire-extinguishing preparations; distemper preparations; chemical preparations for welding; chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs; tanning substances; adhesives used in industry; antifreeze; anti-incrustants; brake fluids; chemical additives to motor fuel.... More
Class 2 : Paints; varnishes; lacquers; preparations for colouring food and beverages; anti-rust preparations for preservation of metals and alloys, and wood preservatives; colorants; mordants; natural resins; metals in foil and powder form for painters and decorators.
Class 3 : Detergents; bleaches; softeners; soaps; bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning, polishing, scouring and abrasive preparations; cosmetics in general, including: perfumes; solid perfumes; deodorants; soaps; liquid soaps; bars of soap; bubble bath; dentifrices; shampoos; essential oils; hair lotions; permanent waving and setting preparations for the hair; gels; hair dyes; face creams; mascara; eye liner; eye shadows; make-up pencils; face packs; lipsticks; foundation cream; body creams; nail polish; nail strengtheners; acetone; suntanning oils and lotions.... More
Class 4 : Industrial oils and greases, excluding edible oils and fats and essential oils; lubricants; dust binding preparations; fuels, including motor fuel; coal; illuminants; candles; church candles; small lights and wicks.
Class 5 : Pharmaceutical, veterinary and sanitary preparations; dietetic preparations for children and invalids; plasters; materials for dressings; balsamic preparations; material for stopping teeth, dental wax; disinfectants; preparations for killing weeds and destroying vermin; parasiticides; fungicides; deodorants, other than for personal use; cotton for medical purposes, gauze, bandages, sticking plasters, dressings.... More
Class 6 : Common metals, unwrought, semi-wrought, and their alloys; anchors; anvils; bells; laminated and cast building materials; key-rings; jewellery not of precious metal; rails of metal and other materials of metal for railway tracks; chains not for vehicles; non-electric cables and wires of common metal; ironmongery; pipes and tubes of metal; safes and cash boxes; steel balls; nails and screws; goods of common metal not included in other classes; ores.... More
Class 7 : Machines; machine tools; engines and motors not for land vehicles; bearings for machines; spark plugs; glow plugs for diesel engines; machine coupling and transmission components, not for land vehicles; heavy agricultural implements, incubators.
Class 8 : Tools; hand tools; razors; cutlery; side arms; welders, non-electric; lifting jacks, hand operated.
Class 9 : Scientific apparatus and instruments; nautical, surveying and electric apparatus and instruments; electric cables; electric switches; electronic apparatus and instruments; televisions; decoders for television sets; radios; radio recorders; radio transmitters; radio telephones; record players; discs; tapes; cassette recorders; video tapes and video recorders; optical disc readers; photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring and signalling apparatus; television cameras; apparatus for filming and broadcasting TV shows; relays for radio and television stations; radio and television aerials; radio links; spectacles; spectacle cases; lenses; checking, supervision, life-saving and teaching apparatus; earplugs for divers; coin or counter-operated apparatus; film and slide projectors, sound amplifiers; cash registers; calculating machines; fire extinguishers; electric flat irons; computer programs, computers; printers for use with computers; cards and microprocessors for computers, modems, fax machines; telephone apparatus.... More
Class 10 : Surgical, medical, dental and veterinary apparatus and instruments; syringes for medical purposes and for injections; artificial limbs, eyes and teeth; surgical prostheses; sanitary utensils for clinical and veterinary purposes; orthopaedic bandages; rubber gloves for surgeons and veterinary surgeons, condoms, earpicks; special furniture for surgical, dental and veterinary purposes; ear picks; ear plugs; earplugs, cardio frequency meters.... More
Class 11 : Lighting installations; chandeliers; lamps; light bulbs and lights, electric; heating installations; boilers for heating installations; burners for heating installations; steam generating installations; cooking installations; installations and apparatus for refrigerating and air conditioning; drying and ventilating installations; water distribution installations; sanitary installations; hair driers.... More
Class 12 : Automobiles; trucks; mopeds; motorcycles; bicycles; cycle cars; tarpaulins for cars; tyres and inner tubes for vehicles and motor vehicles in general; tractors; motor coaches; vehicles and motor vehicles; aeroplanes; helicopters; gliders; boats; rowboats; ships; means of locomotion by land, air and water; motors and engines for land vehicles; components of bicycles, motor cycles, mopeds and motor vehicles; parts of boats and aeroplanes.... More
Class 13 : Firearms; ammunition; projectiles; missiles; cannons; machine guns; rifles; revolvers; explosive materials; pyrotechnic materials.
Class 14 : Gold; silver; platinum; precious metals and their alloys; goods in precious materials and their alloys; diamonds; brilliants; precious stones; jewellery; jewels; cuff links and tie clips; watches; clocks and watches in general; watch straps; chronometers; jewellery plated with precious metals; cases and other containers for clocks and jewellery; purses of precious metal; cigarette cases of precious metal; cigar cases of precious metal; napkin holders of precious metal; pins, brooches; badges of precious metal; alarm clocks.... More
Class 15 : Mechanical, electric and electronic musical instruments; pianos; accordions; trumpets; violas; violins; cellos; harmonicas; harps; carillons; harpsichords; bagpipes; flutes; gongs; bass drums; clavicymbals; lyres; lutes; mandolas; mandolins; organs; barrel-organs; cymbals; saxophones; drums; kettledrums; trombones; tubas; zampognas (bagpipes).
Class 16 : Books; dictionaries; newspapers; children's comics, comic strips; periodicals; magazines; catalogues; pamphlets; leaflets; index cards; record and log books; paper; paper articles; cardboard; cardboard articles; blotting paper; photocopy paper; bookbinding material; photographs; articles of stationery; adhesive preparations for office use; glues for office use; artists' materials; painters' brushes; typewriters; stitchers and stapling presses for office use; staples; staple-removers; staples; office hole-punches; instructional and teaching material; files; loose-leaf binders for office use; playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; ink-pads for stamps; stamps; stamp holders; date stamps; pencil sharpeners; office requisites; office materials; office seals; rubber erasers; adhesive tapes for stationery and/or household purposes; paper ribbons for calculating machines; penholders; ball-point pens; pencils, fountain pens; chalks; paper clips; document correctors; compasses for drawing; drawing squares and rulers; enveloping machines for offices; envelopes; writing paper; carbon paper; paper knives; office guillotines; self-adhesive advertising labels; posters; business cards; appointment books; pencil lead holders; pencil holders.... More
Class 17 : Gutta-percha; caoutchouc, balata and substitutes; goods made of gutta-percha and of rubber; foils; sheets and rods of plastics; asbestos; mica and mica products; materials for hermetically sealing, stopping and insulating; flexible pipes, not of metal; electric, thermal and acoustic insulators; insulating fabrics; asbestos fabrics.
Class 18 : Bags; handbags; valises; rucksacks; pocket wallets, purses; satchels; document holders made of leather and imitations of leather; gentlemen's handbags; trunks; animal skins, hides; articles made of animal skins; leather and leather goods; imitations of skins and leather and goods made of these materials; parasols; parasols; umbrellas; walking sticks; harness and saddlery; purses, not of precious metal.... More
Class 19 : Building materials; natural and artificial stone; bricks; briquettes, tiles; cement; lime; mortar; plaster and gravel; earthenware and cement tubes; road building materials; asphalt; pitch and bitumen; mobile homes; monuments of stone; chimneys; semi-worked timber; timber; beams; planks; panels; veneers; plywood; building glass; sheets of glass; tiles of glass.
Class 20 : Furniture; mirrors; picture frames; goods of wood, reed, cane and wicker; goods of plastic materials; furniture of plastic materials; goods of horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl; meerschaum; furniture of metal; camping furniture; sprung mattresses; pillows; umbrella stands.
Class 21 : Small utensils and portable containers for household and kitchen use; cooking pots; plates; tumblers; combs; sponges; buckets, basins; toothbrushes; toothpicks; brushes; brush-making materials; implements and articles for cleaning purposes; steel wool; unworked or semi-worked glass; glassware, porcelain and earthenware; bottles.
Class 22 : Ropes; string; nets; tents; canvas; tarpaulins; oilcloth covers; sails; sacks; tents for camping; padding and stuffing materials; animal hair; kapok; feathers; seaweed; raw fibrous textile materials.
Class 23 : Yarns and threads; spun thread and yarn; yarn of synthetic or mixed fibres for use in textiles; worsted; woollen thread and yarn; linen thread and yarn; fibreglass thread for textile use; darning thread and yarn; embroidery thread and yarn; hemp thread and yarn.
Class 24 : Textiles; elastic woven material; adhesive fabric for application by heat; fabric of imitation animal skins; fibreglass fabrics for textile use; woollen fabric; blankets; travelling rugs; table covers; textile articles; wallpaper of textile; handkerchiefs of textile; flags; towels.
Class 25 : Clothing for gentlemen, ladies and children in general, including clothing in leather; shirts; blouses; skirts; suits; jackets; trousers; shorts; waistcoats; jumpers; t-shirts; pyjamas; stockings; heavy knee-high socks; singlets; corsets; suspenders; underpants; brassieres; underwear; hats; caps; headscarves; ties; raincoats; overcoats; coats; swimming costumes; sportswear; dressing gowns, tracksuits, windcheaters; ski pants; belts; fur coats; mufflers; gloves; dressing gowns; footwear in general, including: slippers, mules; shoes, footwear for sports, boots and sandals.... More
Class 26 : Buttons; lace; lace and embroidery; ribbons and braids; press-studs; hooks and eyes; pins and needles; artificial flowers.
Class 27 : Carpets; rugs; matting; linoleum; materials for covering floors; wall hangings (non-textile); wallpapers; goods for covering walls and partitions; oilcloth.
Class 28 : Games; toys; gymnastic and sporting articles; ornaments and decorations for Christmas trees; board games; games made of paper or cardboard-based materials; play balloons; dolls; puppets; soft toys, shin guards; machines for physical exercises such as rowing machines, exercisers (expanders), weightlifting equipment, treadmills, exercise bicycles.
Class 29 : Meat; fish; non-living molluscs and crustaceans; poultry and game; meat extracts; tinned meat; preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies; jams; eggs; milk; milk products; dairy products; cheese; butter; yoghurt; milk beverages; edible oils and fats; pickles; fruit preserves; vegetable preserves; meat preserves; fish preserves.
Class 30 : Cake pastry; food pastes; sweets; coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; rice; tapioca; artificial coffee; flour; preparations made from cereals; bread; biscuits; tarts; pastries; pralines; edible ices; honey; syrup; pepper; vinegar; sauces; spices; ice; coffee, cocoa and chocolate-based beverages.
Class 31 : Agricultural, horticultural and forestry products and grains; unseasoned timber; live animals; fresh fruits and vegetables; seeds; live plants and natural flowers; foodstuffs for animals; malt.
Class 32 : Beers; mineral water; aerated and other non-alcoholic drinks; syrups; products for making beverages; fruit juices; beverages made from fruit juices.
Class 33 : Wines; spirits; liqueurs; alcoholic beverages.
Class 34 : Tobacco, raw and processed; smokers' articles; tobacco pipes; lighters; cigar and cigarette holders; cigar cases and cigarette cases; pipe racks; pipe cleaners; cigarette paper; cigarette filters; cigarettes; cigars; matches.
Class 35 : Services carried out for and/or on behalf of others in the advertising and business sectors; public relations and market research.
Class 36 : A service provided for and/or on behalf of others, in the insurance sector; services provided for and/or on behalf of others by banking institutions or related bodies, such as exchange bureaux or clearing houses; services relating to financial and monetary affairs provided by non-banking bodies and associations; services relating to financial or monetary affairs provided by banks or related bodies which deal with investments; stockbroking services; services relating to monetary affairs, insured by trustee agents; issuing travellers'cheques and letters of credit; services provided by real estate managers, such as rental services, real estate appraisal or provided by financial backers; services connected with the insurance sector, such as services provided by insurance agents or brokers; insurance services; insurance underwriting services.... More
Class 37 : An activity carried out in the construction and repair sector.
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; news agencies; non-commercial information agencies.
Class 39 : Transport and storage of goods; transport of travellers; management of stations and bridges; rental of cars and vehicles for passenger and goods transport; marine towing, unloading, operating harbours and quays and salvage of endangered ships and their cargo; operating airports; packaging goods, before forwarding; information relating to travel and the transport of goods provided by intermediaries or tourist offices; information services relating to tariffs, timetables and means of transport; checking vehicles and goods before transshipment... More
Class 40 : Treatment of materials; mechanical, physical or chemical treatment or processing of inorganic and organic substances, manufactured articles or goods.
Class 41 : Production of radio and television programmes; production of television and cinema films; editing of radio and television programmes; rental of radio and television sets; movie studios; providing movie theatre facilities; rental of video tapes and motion pictures; rental of movie projectors and accessories; recording studio services; rental of sound recordings; publication of musical works; production and presentation of live performances; theatre productions; services provided in the sectors of instruction, education, entertainment and recreation; arranging and conducting courses, competitions, games, sporting competitions, congresses, seminars, musical and singing events; organisation of sports camps; organization of sports competitions; provision of sports facilities; organisation of exhibitions for cultural and/or educational purposes; club services; publication of books, daily newspapers and magazines; physical education; services relating to the development and practice of sports; entertainer services; modelling for artists; musical performances; music halls; discothèque services.... More
Class 42 : Industrial and fashion design of clothing, textiles, machines, installations and civil and industrial manufactured articles in general; services relating to the obtaining of accommodation, board and lodging from hotels, boarding houses, camp sites, tourist hostels, farms offering board and lodging, sanatoriums, rest and convalescent homes; services provided by businesses which essentially undertake to provide food and drink ready for consumption, such as services provided by restaurants located in self-service stations, canteens, bistros; management of beauty salons and hairdressing salons; legal services, scientific and industrial research; services provided by a travel agency services and hotel reservations services for travellers; services provided by engineers or technicians who undertake appraisals, assessments, research and surveying.... More