European Union Trademark No. 002203859 (Figurative) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered

HN Logo

Logo design: Monograms formed of intertwined, overlapping or otherwise combined letters ; ;

The European Union Trademark for HN (Figurative) was filed on 03.05.2001 for goods and services in class(es) 3, 8, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33 and 35 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 002203859 HN is 'registered'.

Trademark information
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
Filing date03.05.2001
Registration date07.01.2004
Expiry date03.05.2021
Nice classes3, 8, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33 and 35
OwnerHarvey Nichols and Company Limited
 SW1X 7RJ London, GB
RepresentativeLEWIS SILKIN LLP
 EC4A 1BL London, GB
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 3 : Non-medicated preparations for the application to, conditioning and care of hair, scalp, skin and nails; soaps; perfumes; perfumery; eau de cologne; toilet waters; essential and herbal oils; cosmetics; make-up preparations; non-medicated toilet preparations; hair sprays and hair gels; preparations for use in the bath or shower; bath and shower oils, gels, creams and foams; face and body masks; face and body scrubs; facial washes; skin cleansers and hydrators; skin toners; skin moisturizers; blemish creams and blemish gels; deodorants; preparations for use before shaving and after shaving; shaving soaps; shaving creams; shaving gels; after-shave preparations; pre-shave preparations; talcum powders; toiletries; dentifrices; toothpastes.... More
Class 8 : Hand tools; hand apparatus and instruments included in class 8; cutlery; knives; forks; spoons; sidearms; scissors; shears; razors; razor blades; razor strops; shavers; hand implements for hair curling (non-electric); tongs; hair removing tweezers; manicure sets; manicure implements; pedicure sets; pedicure implements; cases for all the aforesaid goods; silver plate.
Class 14 : Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith; semi-precious and precious stones; horological and other chronometric instruments; watches, clocks, jewellery and imitation jewellery; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 16 : Paper; cardboard; paper articles; cardboard articles; printed matter; books; publications; comic books; song books; magazines; newsletters; newspapers; albums; periodicals; journals; catalogues; manuals; maps; pamphlets; leaflets; posters; stationery; labels; office requisites; drawing and painting materials, apparatus and instruments; writing instruments; instructional and teaching materials; instructional and teaching materials in the form of games, apparatus and instruments; book binding materials; book covers; book marks; printing sets; drawings; paintings; photographs; prints; pictures; calendars; playing cards; decalcomanias; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 18 : Articles of leather and imitations of leather; trunks and travelling bags; travel cases; luggage; suitcases; holdalls; portmanteaux; valises; bags; handbags; shoulder bags; toilet bags; carrier bags; rucksacks; backpacks; bumbags; sport bags; casual bags; briefcases; attaché cases; music cases; satchels; beauty cases; carriers for suits, for shirts and for dresses; tie cases; notecases; notebook holders; document cases and holders; credit card cases and holders; chequebook holders; wallets; purses; umbrellas; parasols; walking sticks; shooting sticks; belts; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 20 : Furniture; mirrors; picture frames; goods (not included in other classes) of wood, cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of pearl, meerschaum, tortoiseshell and substitutes for all these materials, or of plastics; coat hangers; bolsters; mattresses; sleeping bags; keyboards for hanging keys; jewellery cases (not of precious metal); straws for drinking; mobiles (decoration); flower pot pedestals; wax figures; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 21 : Household utensils and containers; kitchen utensils and containers; glassware; porcelain; earthenware; cruet sets; pepper mills; salt mills; toast racks; lunch boxes; flasks; picnic baskets (fitted); insulated bottles; insulated flasks; portable coolers and portable insulated coolers; thermally insulated containers all for carrying or storing food and/or drink; brushes; combs; toothbrushes; cosmetic utensils; trouser presses; tie presses; shoe-trees (stretchers); shaving brush stands; hot water bottles; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 24 : Textiles; textile articles; textile piece goods; bed and table covers; household linen; linen cloth; bed linen; bath linen; table linen; table cloths; curtains of textile or plastic; pillow shams; pillow cases; sheets; towels; eiderdowns; duvets; covers for eiderdown and duvets; napery; napkins; serviettes; table mats (not of paper); face towels; flannels; tissues of textile for removing make-up; traced cloth for embroidery; tapestry (wall hangings) of textile; rugs (travelling); furniture coverings of plastic.... More
Class 25 : Articles for clothing; footwear; boots, shoes, slippers, sandals, trainers, socks and hosiery; headgear; hats; caps; berets; scarves; gloves; mittens; belts (being articles of clothing); shirts, t-shirts, polo shirts, sports shirts, football and rugby shirts; trousers, jeans, shorts, sport shorts, football shorts, rugby shorts; swimwear; underwear; lingerie; tracksuits, football boots, rugby boots; articles of outerwear, coats, jackets, ski jackets, casual jackets, waterproof and weatherproof jackets and coats, parkas, ski wear; suits; jumpers and cardigans; knitwear; leggings; neckties; pyjamas; waistcoats; headbands and wristbands; womenswear; childrenswear; saris.... More
Class 26 : Lace and embroidery; ribbons; braids; buttons, hooks and eyes, pins and needles; haberdashery; artificial flowers; artificial fruits; artificial garlands; hair bands; hair curlers; hair crimpers; hair curling pins; hair grips; hair clips; hair slides; hair nets; hair ornaments; hair pins; hair accessories; expanding bands; braces; toupees; wigs; top knots; tresses of hair; elastic ribbons; bows; buckles; badges; buttons; ornamental buttons; lapel pins; studs; orsedew; fancy goods; silver embroidery; tea cosies; sewing boxes; childrens' reins; parts and fitting for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 28 : Games, toys and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles; electronic toys and electronic games; dolls and dolls' clothing; accessories for dolls; dolls' houses; dolls' furniture; dolls' furniture accessories; teddy bears; toy action figures; toy vehicles, scale model vehicles; toy building structures and toy vehicle tracks; soft toys; plush toys; play sets and play cases; balloons; playing cards; novelty jokes; novelties for parties; toy masks; masks; decorations for Christmas trees; puppets; marionettes; playing balls; kites; bats; balls; marbles; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 29 : Meat, fish, poultry and game; products made from the aforesaid goods; meat extracts; crustacea; shell fish; preserved, dried, cooked and frozen fruits and vegetables; jellies; jams; preserves; dairy products; eggs, milk and milk products; butter and cream; edible oils and edible fats; food products made from fruit; food products made from vegetables; cheese; gravies; pates; pickles; vegetable juices for cooking; nuts; salads; soups; tomato juice and tomato puree; yogurt; prepared meals and snack foods within this class; dessert products within this class.... More
Class 30 : Coffee and tea; coffee substitutes and mixtures of coffee and coffee substitutes; tea and coffee based beverages; cocoa and cocoa based beverages; chocolate based beverages; sugar; rice, tapioca and sago; flour and preparations made from flour; cereals and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry and cakes; biscuits; chocolate and beverages; chocolate and chocolate confectionery; cinnamon; spices; condiments; confectionery; ice cream, water ices and frozen confectionery; preparations for making ice cream, water ices and frozen confectionery; custard, decorations for cakes; farinaceous foods an farinaceous food pastes; frozen yogurt; honey; infusions, ketchup and sauces within this class; marzipan; malt for food; mayonnaise; muesli; mustard; macaroni; spaghetti and other pasta based products; pastry; pastries; pies; pizzas; sandwiches; semolina; sugar; sweeteners; vanilla based flavourings; treacle; yeast; baking powder; pepper; vinegar; icing; prepared meals and snacks included in this class; dessert products included in this class; sauces.... More
Class 32 : Beers; non-alcoholic beverages; mineral and aerated waters; fruit drinks, fruit juices, tomato juice vegetable juices; health drinks; syrups and other preparations for making beverages.
Class 33 : Alcoholic beverages (except beers).
Class 35 : The bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of goods, enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase these goods in a retail department store; the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of goods, enabling customer to conveniently view and purchase those catalogues by mail order, telephone or other means of telecommunications; provision of information to customers and advice and assistance in the selection of goods brought together as above; concession services, being the provision of personnel to in-store retailers.... More
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