Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 3 : Non-medicated toilet preparations; soaps; shampoos; talcum powder; preparations for use in the bath or shower; bubble baths; bath foam; bath salts; bath oil; shower gel; preparations for the hair; hair gel; preparations for cleaning the teeth; perfumes; eau de cologne; deodorants for personal use; essential oils; toiletries; skin care preparations; cosmetics; cotton wool for cosmetic purposes; make-up removing preparations; mouth washes; nail care preparations; nail varnishes and polishes; nail varnish removing preparations; depilatories; emery paper; pumice stone; beauty masks; perfuming sachets; scented wood; shoe creams and polishes; windscreen cleaning preparations.... More
Class 9 : Sound, video and data recordings; films and sound films prepared for exhibition; carriers including records, discs, tapes, cassettes, cartridges, MPEGfiles, DVDs (digital video discs), DVD-RWs (digital video discs with read/write capability),audio, picture and video compression files, JPEG files and cards bearing or for use in bearing sound recordings, video recordings, data, images, games, graphics, text, programs or information; computer software; electronic and on-line publications; computer games; video games; electronic games; memory carriers; interactive compact discs; CD-ROMs; electrically, magnetically and optically recorded data for computers; instructional and teaching apparatus and instruments; sound, video and data recording and reproducing apparatus; games, apparatus for games and amusement apparatus all for use with or incorporating a television screen or video monitor; loudspeakers; apparatus for use in recording, producing, presenting, broadcasting, transmitting, receiving, processing, reproducing, encoding and decoding of radio and television programmes, information and data; electrical and electronic broadcasting apparatus; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 14 : Articles of precious metal and their alloys, and articles coated with precious metal and their alloys, not included in other classes; jewellery, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments; money clips, belt buckles, badges, coasters, serving trays, goblets, jewellery boxes, key fobs, key rings and key chains, all of precious metal or coated with precious metal; cuff links, brooches, bracelets, bangles, earrings, pendants, medallions, trinkets, charms, rings, watch straps, tie pins, ornamental pins, jewellery pins, tie clips, coins; ornaments, statuettes and figurines of precious metal or precious stone, or coated therewith; plates of precious metal or coated therewith; cigarette and cigar cases of precious metal or coated therewith; watches and clocks; cases of precious metal or coated therewith.... More
Class 16 : Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; printed publications; periodical publications; magazines; brochures; books; booklets; pamphlets; printed guides; catalogues; programs; book binding materials; photographs; stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); plastic material for packaging (not included in other classes); playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; posters; cards; postcards; greetings cards; trading cards; certificates; invitations; diaries; calendars; photograph frames; photograph albums; prints and framed prints; carrier bags; paper bags; gift bags; gift boxes; note pads; adhesive backed paper for stationery purposes; writing instruments; pens, pencils and crayons; stationery pins and tacks; diaries; cheques; cheque books; cheque book covers; money clips (not of precious metal); coasters of card or paper; gift tags and luggage tags of paper and cardboard; ornaments of paper, card and papier mache; stickers; transfers (decalcomanias); stamps; ring binders; folders; personal organisers; covers for books and personal organisers; terrariums; telephone directories; address books; telephone books; note books; desk mats; pen and pencil cases; pen and pencil boxes; pen and pencil holders; rulers; erasers; embroidery, sewing and knitting patterns.... More
Class 25 : Clothing; footwear; headgear.
Class 28 : Toys, games and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles not included in other classes; decorations for Christmas trees; Christmas crackers (bonbons); dolls; soft toys; plush toys; toy and novelty face masks; novelties in the form of souvenirs; toy musical boxes; toy musical instruments; toy models; puzzles; golf equipment; snow glass balls; kites; play balls and play balloons; flippers for swimming; floats and inflatable toys for play purposes; computer games apparatus, electronic games apparatus and video games apparatus, not included in other classes; play balloons; amusement apparatus (not being coin fed); virtual reality apparatus for amusement and entertainment purposes.... More
Class 30 : Coffee; tea; cocoa and cocoa products; chocolate and chocolate-based products; sugar; artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals; bread; pastry and pastry products; cakes; biscuits; confectionery; ice cream and confectionery ices; honey; treacle; yeast baking-powder; salt; mustard; vinegar sauces (condiments).
Class 38 : Broadcasting; communications and telecommunications; broadcasting and transmission of radio and television programmes; data transmission and data broadcasting; video and audio streaming; broadcasting and transmission of text, messages, information, sound and images; transmission of radio and television programmes, text, messages, information, sound and images via communication and computer networks; computer aided transmission of information, messages, text, sound, images, data and radio and radio and television programmes; broadcasting and transmission of digital information by means of cable, wire or fibre; receiving and exchanging of information, text, messages, sound, images and data; electronic mail services; teletext services; inter-active video text services; news information and news agency services; message sending; communications by and/or between computers and agency services; message sending; communications by and/or between computers and computer terminals; communications for access to databases and computer networks; communication services for access to information, text, sound, images and data via communication and computer networks; gateway services for access to a communications or computer network; retrieval, transmission and display of information from a computer stored databank; electronic display of information, messages, text, images and data; on-line services permitting the viewing and/or downloading of MPEG files, JPEG files, DVDs, DVD-RWs, audio, picture and video compression files and datastreaming; information and advisory services relating to any of the aforesaid services.... More
Class 41 : Entertainment; education, tuition and training; entertainment, education and instructional by means of or relating to radio and television; production, presentation, distribution, syndication, networking and rental of television and radio programmes, interactive entertainment, films and sound and video recordings, interactive compact discs, DVDs (digital video discs), DVD-RWs (digital video discs with read/write capability) and CD-ROMs; rental of education and instructional materials; production of education and/or instructional materials, including books, magazines, videos, tapes, DVDs, and CD-ROMs; publication including publication of electronic books and journals on-line; exhibition services; organisation, production and presentation of shows, competitions, contests, games, concerts and events; educational examination; language teaching; provision of language schools and language courses; rental of radio and television broadcasting facilities; provision of entertainment and education for accessing via communication and computer networks; provision of information relating to radio and television programmes for accessing via communication and computer networks; provision of information for or relating to education, entertainment, cultural or recreational purposes; provision of information relating to radio and television programmes for accessing via communication and computer networks; provision of information relating to any of the aforesaid services.... More