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.
Class 9 : Sound, video and data recordings; films and sound films prepared for exhibition; carriers including records, discs, tapes, cassettes, cartridges and cards bearing or for use in bearing sound recordings, video recordings, data, images, games, graphics, text, programs or information; computer software; 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; coin or token operated electrical or electronic amusement apparatus; 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 16 : Stationery, magazines, books, photograph albums, photograph boxes, paper boxes, drawer liner paper, note cards, agenda books, planners, pencil cases, arts and crafts paint kits, paper party bags, book covers, book ends, book marks, address books, loose leaf binders, stationery boxes, paint brushes, calendars, post cards, trading cards, trivia cards, chalk, paper table cloths, composition books, confetti, craft paper, crayons, crepe paper, decals, paper party decorations, desk sets, erasers, series of fiction books, gift cards, gift wrapping paper, markers, paper napkins, note pads, painting sets, paper party hats, pen and pencil holders, pencil sharpeners, decorative pencil top ornaments, pencils, pens playing cards, posters, books, in the field of collectibles, drawing rulers, rubber stamps, stamp pads, stationery, stickers, sticker books, folders, lunch bags, paper gift bags, plastic place mats, invitations, journals, talking children's books, temporary tattoos, trading card milk bottle caps, writing instruments, books of games, paper banners, coasters made of paper, beading kits, beads, memo pads, greeting cards, facial tissues and stickers for fingernails; autograph books, diaries, notebooks, and scrapbooks, coloring books, activity books, magazines for teen-agers and children, automobile and bicycle detailing kids comprised primarily of decals, adhesives for applying decals, and tools used to apply decals sold as a unit, bookmarks, note cards, ink stamp pads, straight edges, crossword puzzles, wall calendars.... More
Class 21 : Household or kitchen utensils and containers; small domestic utensils and containers; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes; ornaments, statuettes and figurines and ceramic, china, crystal, glass, earthenware, terra cotta and porcelain; tableware; plates and ornamental plates; wall plaques (not being furniture); drinking vessels; mugs; jugs; tankards; steins; bottles, insulated bottles and flasks; bottle openers; cork screws; jars; bell jars; egg cups; egg timers; lunch boxes; kitchen moulds; coasters other than of paper or of table linen; serving trays; bread boards; bread bins; indoor terrariums; candlesticks (not of precious metal); ironing board covers; napkin rings and holders; soap boxes; tooth brushes, plates, bowls and cups of paper.... More
Class 25 : T-shirt, tank tops, boxer shorts, jerseys, shorts, shirts, nightshirts, sweater, vests, jackets, hats, caps, panchos, pullovers, coats, ties, pants, bandannas, belts, scarves, sunvisors, swim trunks, briefs, robes, sleepwear, blanket sleepers, suspenders, footwear, rain slickers, sweatshirts, sweatpants.
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 41 : Entertainment; education, instruction, tuition and training; entertainment, education and instruction 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 and CD-ROMs; production and rental of educational and instructional materials; publication; 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; 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