European Union Trademark No. 002067676 (Figurative) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered


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The European Union Trademark for AMERICAN TOOL (Figurative) was filed on 01.02.2001 for goods and services in class(es) 6, 7, 8 and 9 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 002067676 AMERICAN TOOL is 'registered'.

Trademark information
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
Filing date01.02.2001
Registration date16.10.2003
Expiry date01.02.2021
Nice classes6, 7, 8 and 9
 30328 Atlanta,, Georgia, US
RepresentativeLADAS & PARRY LLP
 EC4Y 0DA London, GB
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 6 : Vises for woodworking and metal working; mechanics vises, drill press vises, table vises, metal vise benches, pipe vises, machine vises and other bench vises; flooring cramps, pipe-welding cramps and honing cramps; vises for use on machines; vises with swivel bases based; metal goods not included in other classes.
Class 7 : Power tool accessories, namely: taps and dies, cutting wheels, screw extractors; bits, namely hole-enlarging bits, carbide hole cutters, auger bits, drill bits, flat bits, wood-boring bits, metal-boring bits, installer bits, router bits; masonry bits and adaptors, roto-percussion drill bits, hammer drill bits, high-speed twist drill bits, universal drill bits and mortar rakes; wood bits, augers; edge tools; step drills, hole-enlarging bits, carbide hole cutters; abrasive discs and abrasive grinding wheels for grinding, shaping and removing material, all for use with power tools; saw blades for power saws, namely, circular saw blades, jig saw blades, hole saw blades, saw blade tips, and saw blade sets composed of a combination of two or more of the foregoing items; circular metal cutting saws, circular wood cutting saws, wood cutting band scroll saws, spring temper metal cutting band saws; drill and drill extensions; expansive bits; hole saws and screwdrivers; drilling machines; drill press vises; woodturning lathes; woodturning tools; saw benches; drill stands; morticing machines; disc sanders; engravers; bandsaws; bench grinders; wood cutting saw blades for portable power saws; planer thicknessers; dust extractors; router tables; hand power tools; metal turning lathes; bandsaw blades; carpenters' work benches; roller stands; machines for cutting and forming woods, metals, and other materials, namely, saws, lathes, drills, drilling machines, boring machines, milling machines, planing machines, grinding machines, and mortising machines, and parts of such machines.... More
Class 8 : Manually operated tools, namely: pliers, locking pliers, sheet metal pliers, pinch-off pliers; clamps, c-clamps, bar clamps, locking bar clamps, hold-down clamps, locking hold-down clamps, spreading clamps, spring clamps, welding clamps, chain clamps, locking pipe clamps, pipe clamps; g-clamps-heavy duty, edging clamps, medium duty clamps, speedclamps, sash clamps, t-bar clamps; snips, namely snips used in cutting wire and sheet metal, aviation snips, utility snips, offset snips, trim snips, notch snips, tinner snips; general purpose snips, curved blade snips, and snips and shears, all being hand tools with a cutting edge; bits for use with hand tools; wrenches; pipe wrenches, stillson pipe wrenches; pipe cutters, tube and pipe benders, bolt clippers; hand drills; drill braces; hex keys and hex tools, hex keys, fold-up hex key sets; socket head cap screws, screwdrivers; grinding points; chuck keys, tile cutters, scribers; axes, hammers, spanners, planes, spokeshaves, rasps and chisels; gouges, carving tools, woodturning tools, squares for use with hand tools; hand saws and hand saw blades, namely, cross-cut saws, back saws, tenon saws, veneer saws, floor board saws, pad saws, compass saws, keyhold saws, hole saws, universal saws, aggressive tooth saws, pruning saws and bow saws; shovels, spades, forks (coke, coal, ballast and the like), trowels, drags, hammers, wedges, picks, pickaxes, crowbars, rammers, pruners, mauls, tampers, caulking tools, yarning or packing tools, picking out tools for masons and builders, railway coupling hooks, copes, ladles, rakes and mattocks, and draining, casting and grafting tools, all being hand tools or hand implements without a cutting edge; agricultural and horticultural hand tools and hand implements of the smaller kind; edge tools being hand tools not for agricultural and horticultural purposes; all the said being goods wholly or principally of common metal or of common metal alloys, but not including files and saws.... More
Class 9 : Marking tools, chalk line reels; self-chalking chalk line box and plumb bob, and chalk line and powdered chalk for use therewith; measuring tapes, flagging and barrier tapes.
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