Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 3 : Perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, preparations for cleaning, care and conditioning hair, dentifrices, deodorants for personal use, soaps, washing lotions, sun-tanning preparations (included in class 3); cosmetics and make-up; slip agents.
Class 6 : Goods of common metals and their alloys, namely signboards, trays, key rings, photograph and picture frames, works of art and non-fitted cases, boxes, cans and similar containers of metal.
Class 8 : Cutlery, including cutlery of precious metal; razors, razor blades, shaving apparatus, scissors, depilation appliances, manicure and pedicure instruments, nail clippers, tweezers, nail files, pocket knives, letter openers, hand-operated hair clippers, manicure and pedicure sets, fitted cases, bags and cases for manicure and pedicure requisites, electric razors and electric hair clippers and nail cutting equipment.... More
Class 9 : Scientific, controlling, measuring, signalling, counting, monitoring, checking equipment and similar apparatus and instruments; printers; electronic data carriers; pre-recorded and blank sound recording carriers, in particular recording discs, compact discs, sound carriers and sound cassettes (compact cassettes); pre-recorded and blank image carriers (included in class 9), namely video discs (image discs), compact discs (CD-Videos, CD-ROMs, CD-Is and DVDs), films, cassettes and tapes; exposed films; photo CDs; pre-recorded magnetic, magneto-optical and optical carriers for sound and/or images, automatic vending machines, automatic gaming and amusement machines (including coin-operated); moulded empty video, CD and DVD cases.... More
Class 10 : condoms; artificial limbs; hygienic rubber articles, orthopedic articles.
Class 14 : Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or their alloys or coated therewith (included in class 14), in particular craft objects, decorative objects, tableware (except cutlery), key rings, photograph and picture frames, ashtrays, cigar and cigarette cases; jewellery, precious stones; fashion jewellery, cuff links, tie pins, tie clips; buckles, badges, bracelets, bangles and ankle rings and chains, necklaces, brooches, earrings of precious metal; spectacles, spectacle frames and spectacle parts in precious metals and their alloys; horological instruments, in particular wrist watches, table clocks and grandfather clocks, and chonometric instruments, and parts for the aforesaid goods, and cases and containers for the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 16 : Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials (included in class 16); printed matter, in particular newspapers, periodicals, comics, magazines, pamphlets, leaflets, prospectuses, programmes, press folders, books, book sleeves, posters, transparencies, telephone cards, entrance tickets, participant tickets, invitation cards and identity cards; bookbinding material; photographs; stationery; plastic materials for packaging (included in class 16); adhesives for stationery or household purposes; paint brushes; stationery and office requisites (except furniture); playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; cut-out figures and decorations of cardboard, postcards and greeting cards, trading cards, name plates of paper or cardboard, notebooks, notice boards, address books, folders, file covers and folders, film hole reinforcers, calendars, albums, paperweights, letter-openers, desk pads, rulers, erasers, bookmarks; dressmaking patterns and stencils for drawing; transfers (including vinyl and iron-on transfers), rub-on pictures, paper and vinyl stickers; stickers; gift paper, gift tags of paper and cardboard; self-adhesive plastic foils for decorative purposes; sleeves and bags of paper and plastic for packaging; blackboards, writing equipment, in particular ball-point pens and fountain pens, pencil cases (except of leather), pencil boxes, pencil holders, pencil extenders, pencil sharpeners, drawing, painting and modelling goods and apparatus; artists' materials, in particular crayons, chalk, palettes and canvasses; dispensers for adhesive tapes, instructional and teaching material (except apparatus), in particular in the form of printed matter, games, animal and plant preparations, geological models and preparations, globes, drawing implements for wall boards; stamps (seals) and stamp inks, inks; lithographs.... More
Class 18 : Goods made from leather and imitations of leather (included in class 18); shopping bags, holdalls, sports bags, leisure bags, beach bags, pouch bags, shoulder bags, carrier bags, carrier bags for shopping, handbags, school bags, satchels, bags for children, briefcases, attaché cases, trunks and travelling bags, garment bags, rucksacks, shoe bags, net shopping bags, shopping baskets, toilet bags, women's toilet bags, make-up bags and other containers not specifically designed for the objects being carried, made of knitted or woven natural and/or synthetic fibres, and/or leather or imitations of leather, and/or plastic; small leather goods, in particular purses, pocket wallets, key wallets and pencil cases; shoulder straps; animal skins, hides; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks; saddlery (included in class 18), whips and harnesses.... More
Class 20 : Furniture, including furniture of metal, plastic, glass and/or acrylic glass, and leather furniture and furniture parts; office, studio, garden and camping furniture; mirrors; picture frames; goods of cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl and meerschaum, and individual parts thereof (included in class 20); bedding, namely frames, mattresses, pillows and upholstered beds (included in class 20); goods of wood or wood substitute materials, namely panels, picture frames, decorative articles, pegs, clothes hangers, barrels, taps, boxes, chests, carved or turned works of art, decorative objects, profile strips, mouldings, beading, wall lattices, handles, curtain rails; goods of plastic, namely picture frames, decorations, decorative articles, containers (except household or kitchen containers), bottle tops and stoppers, coat hangers, hooks for hanging, barrels, rivets, boxes, furniture and door fittings, profile strips, mouldings, beading, screws, stakes for plants or trees, pins, tanks, packaging containers; roller shutters and blinds for furniture; ladders (not of metal); inflatable water toys; painted works of art of wood or plastic.... More
Class 21 : Household or kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith); unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); small hand-operated devices for household and kitchen use; dinner services and cooking pot sets and pails of sheet metal, aluminium, plastic; cosmetics articles, in particular combs, brushes (except paint brushes) and sponges; articles for cleaning purposes; goods of glass, porcelain and earthenware (included in class 21), in particular for household, kitchen and catering purposes, in particular glasses and tableware, and table utensils; works of art of glass, porcelain and earthenware, including the aforesaid materials combined with other materials; electric combs and toothbrushes; shaving and dusting brushes, coasters and other table utensils, namely coasters for glasses, mugs and bottles of glass, cardboard, cork; wood, metal, plastics and ceramics, place mats of plastic, wood and wood substitute materials; metal, plastic or glass champagne or wine buckets; portable coolbags (non-electric); thermos flasks; perfume sprayers; painted works of art of clay, glass, porcelain and earthenware.... More
Class 25 : Headgear; footwear, in particular boots, slippers, ready-to-wear footwear, outdoor shoes, sports, leisure, training, jogging, gymnastic, bathing and health shoes (included in Class 25), tennis shoes; clothing, in particular training suits, gym shorts and singlets, football shorts and shirts, tennis shirts and shorts, underwear, swimwear and beachwear, bathing trunks and bathing suits, including bikinis, sportswear and leisurewear (including woven and knitted clothing), including for fitness, jogging and gymnastic purposes, sports trousers, singlets, jumpers, T-shirts, sweatshirts, tennis and ski clothing; leisure suits and all-weather suits; stockings (hosiery); football socks; gloves, including leather gloves, including gloves of imitation leather; caps; headbands and sweatbands; shawls; ties; belts; windcheaters, mackintosh raincoats, coats, blouses, jackets, skirts, trousers, including denim trousers, pullovers and multi-component combinations of outerclothing and undergarments, corsetry, underwear; children's clothing, including baby clothing, rompers, fabric patches; belts.... More
Class 26 : Lace and embroidery, ribbons and braid, shoelaces; zips, buttons, hooks and eyes, including the aforesaid goods for clothing and footwear; needles, crochet hooks and knitting needles; belt clasps, tassles, hair nets; buttons, ornamental novelty badges, pin badges; artificial flowers.
Class 28 : Games and playthings (including electronic); jigsaw and manipulative puzzles; masks for disguise, for games; hobby and model building sets (games); toy figurines of plastic, including inflatable and of wood, rubber, porcelain and other materials; toy cars and toy lorries, toy hats; electronic games apparatus without video screens and computer games; hand-held electronic games; entertainment equipment and apparatus, namely swings, inflatable swimming pools and swimming playthings, slides, sandpits, skateboards, surf boards, roller skates, ice skates; soft toys and rag dolls and figures of fabric, fur and other materials; dolls, dolls' clothes, dolls' shoes, dolls' hats, dolls' belts, dolls' pinafores; balloons; gymnastic and sporting articles and apparatus; fitness apparatus; ski, tennis and angling apparatus; skis, ski bindings, ski poles, edges for skis, climbing skins for skis; balls, including sports and games balls; dumb-bells, shot puts, discuses, javelins; tennis racquets and parts thereof, in particular grips, strings, grip and lead bands, table tennis bats, badminton racquets, squash racquets, cricket bats, golf clubs and hockey sticks, tennis balls and shuttlecocks; roller skates and ice skates, table tennis tables, gymnastics clubs, sports tyres, nets for sports, goal nets and ball nets; sports gloves, in particular goal-keepers' gloves and gloves for cross-country skiing and cycling; knee, elbow, ankle and shin guards for sports purposes; start and finish banners and tapes of plastic for sports events; bags for sports equipment, specially designed for the objects to be carried therein, golf bags, tennis racquet, table tennis bat, badminton racquet, squash racquet, cricket bat and hockey stick bags and covers; ornaments for Christmas trees (except illumination articles and confectionery).... More
Class 35 : Advertising; business management services; business administration; office functions; marketing; information and consultancy services in the field of marketing and advertising; statistical evaluation of market research data, market research, market analyses; distribution of catalogues, mailing lists and goods for advertising purposes; radio, television and cinema advertising; public relations; sales promotion, all the aforesaid services also in connection with communications networks; computerised file management, arranging and conducting of trade fairs and exhibitions for commercial or advertising purposes; rental of advertising time on television; marketing and marketing research with regard to information technology products and services; recording, processing and storage of fees data; recording, storing and processing of information, including sound, images and data; arranging and concluding of commercial transactions, for others, arranging of contracts for the purchase and sale of goods, including all the aforesaid services in connection with communications networks.... More
Class 39 : Transport; packaging and storage of goods; travel arrangement.
Class 41 : Education; providing of training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; demonstration and rental of video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD ROMs and CDIs) and video games (computer games); organisation of competitions in the fields of training, teaching, entertainment and sports; publishing books, periodicals and other printed matter and associated electronic media (including CD-ROMs and CD-Is); conducting concert, theatre and entertainment events and sports competitions; arranging and conducting of congresses, seminars, lectures and multimedia events; production and reproduction of data, speech, text, sound and image recordings on video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD ROMs and CDIs) and of video games (computer games).... More
Class 42 : Legal services; scientific and industrial research; computer programming; management and exploitation of copyright and industrial property rights for others; exploitation of film and television ancillary rights in the field of merchandising; technical consultancy in the fields of multimedia, digital and/or interactive television and pay-TV; licensing, sublicensing or other exploitation of computer-aided subscription accounting systems; database services, namely collecting, processing, archiving, analysing, updating and supplying data; interactive electronic research with regard to information technology products and services.... More