Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Pre-recorded mechanical, magnetic, magneto-optical, optical and electronic carriers for sound, and/or image and/or data; coded telephone cards; encoded identity cards; eyeglasses, sunglasses and cases therefor; computers; data base programs; computer game programs; screen saver programs; computer software; network-supporting computer software (netware); firmware; electronic goods for entertainment, namely radio and television receivers, also for mobile applications and automobiles, apparatus for recording or reproducing sound or images, also for digital image and sound signals, also portable and for automobiles.... More
Class 18 : Goods made from leather and imitations of leather, namely bags and containers not specifically designed for the objects to be carried, including handbags, briefcases, shopping bags, travelling bags, sports bags, school satchels, backpacks and rucksacks, small leather goods, including purses, pocket wallets, key wallets, travelling sets, toilet bags, trunks and travelling bags; animal skins, hides; umbrellas, parasols, canes and walking sticks; whips, harness, saddlery.... More
Class 20 : Plastic goods, namely figurines, including animal figurines, included in class 20; furniture, including upholstered furniture, office furniture, kitchen furniture and parts for furniture; mirrors, picture frames, bottle closure.
Class 21 : Household goods, namely table mats, place mats, soap boxes, soap-holders, toothbrush beakers, toothbrush cases, paper plates, paper cups; wastepaper baskets; glassware, porcelain and earthenware for household and kitchen; works of art made of glass, porcelain or stoneware; epergnes; small hand-operated devices for household and kitchen use; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool; unworked or semiworked glass (except glass used in buildings).... More
Class 24 : Textile goods, namely fabrics, curtains, blinds, household linen, table and bed linen; bed and table covers, including of plastic.
Class 25 : Clothing, including sportswear and leisurewear; shoes, footwear and boots including shoes and boots for sports and leisure; stockings, tights, socks; braces (suspenders); neckties, including ties; gloves (clothing); headgear, including headbands and sweatbands; belts, braces, including belts and braces of leather.
Class 28 : Games, including electric and electronic games, included in class 28; playthings, toys, including stuffed and rubber animals and mascots; animal figurines; gymnastic, fitness and sports apparatus; decorations and ornaments for Christmas trees.
Class 30 : Tea and herbal tea; sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee, honey, treacle; cocoa, cocoa preparations and cocoa-based beverages; chocolate and chocolate goods, all the aforesaid goods also in sugar-free or low-sugar form; soya products; cereals for human consumption, in particular oat flakes and other cereal flakes, preparations made from cereals, muesli preparations, bread, pastry and confectionery, ices, all the aforesaid goods also in sugar-free or low-in-sugar form; yeast, baking-powder, flavourings (other than essential oils), spices, salt, mustard, vinegar, sauces, seasonings, ice; pastas; pasta dishes, noodle preparations and pizzas, including tinned and frozen ready-to-serve or semi-ready-to-serve meals; foodstuffs made from prepared cereals in the form of tinned and frozen ready-to-serve or semi-ready-to-serve products; dietetic foods not adapted for medical purposes, namely salt containing iodine.... More
Class 32 : Beers; mineral and aerated waters, non-alcoholic, vitamin and isotonic drinks; drinks, juices and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making drinks.
Class 41 : Radio and television entertainment broadcasts/programmes; film, audio, video and television production; musical performances; publication and issuing of electronically displayable text, graphic, picture and sound information being accessible by data networks; arranging concerts, theatre and entertainment events, conferences, day meetings, seminars, courses, symposia, cultural exhibitions and lectures; organisation of sporting events; conducting lotteries.... More