Locarno Agreement Establishing
an International Classification for Industrial Designs
Signed at Locarno on October 8, 1968
as amended on September 28, 1979
Establishment of a Special Union; Adoption of an International Classification
(1) The countries to which this Agreement applies constitute a Special
(2) They adopt a single classification for industrial designs (hereinafter
designated as “the international classification”).
(3) The international classification shall comprise:
(i) a list of classes and subclasses;
(ii) an alphabetical list of goods in which industrial designs are incorporated,
with an indication of the classes and subclasses into which they fall;
(iii) explanatory notes.
(4) The list of classes and subclasses is the list annexed to the present
Agreement, subject to such amendments and additions as the Committee
of Experts set up under Article 3 (hereinafter designated as “the
Committee of Experts”) may make to it.
(5) The alphabetical list of goods and the explanatory notes shall be
adopted by the Committee of Experts in accordance with the procedure
laid down in Article 3.
(6) The international classification may be amended or supplemented
by the Committee of Experts, in accordance with the procedure laid down
in Article 3.
(a) The international classification shall be established in the English
and French languages.
(b) Official texts of the international classification, in such other
languages as the Assembly referred to in Article 5 may designate, shall
be established, after consultation with the interested Governments,
by the International Bureau of Intellectual Property (hereinafter designated
as “the International Bureau”) referred to in the Convention
Establishing the World Intellectual Property Organization (hereinafter
designated as “the Organization”).
Use and Legal Scope of the International Classification
(1) Subject to the requirements prescribed by this Agreement, the international
classification shall be solely of an administrative character. Nevertheless,
each country may attribute to it the legal scope which it considers
appropriate. In particular, the international classification shall not
bind the countries of the Special
Union as regards the nature and scope of the protection afforded to
the design in those countries.
(2) Each country of the Special Union reserves the right to use the
international classification as a principal or as a subsidiary system.
(3) The Offices of the countries of the Special Union shall include
in the official documents for the deposit or registration of designs,
and, if they are officially published, in the publications in question,
the numbers of the classes and subclasses of the international classification
into which the goods incorporating
the designs belong.
(4) In selecting terms for inclusion in the alphabetical list of goods,
the Committee of Experts shall exercise reasonable care to avoid using
terms in which exclusive rights may exist. The inclusion of any word
in the alphabetical index, however, is not an expression of opinion
of the Committee of Experts on whether or not it is subject to exclusive
Committee of Experts
(1) A Committee of Experts shall be entrusted with the tasks referred
to in Article 1(4), 1(5) and 1(6).
Each country of the Special Union shall be represented on the Committee
of Experts, which shall be organized according to rules of procedure
adopted by a simple majority of the countries represented.
(2) The Committee of Experts shall adopt the alphabetical list and explanatory
notes by a simple majority of the votes of the countries of the Special
(3) Proposals for amendments or additions to the international classification
may be made by the Office of any country of the Special Union or by
the International Bureau. Any proposal emanating from an Office shall
be communicated by that Office to the International Bureau. Proposals
from Offices and from the International Bureau shall be transmitted
by the latter to the members of the Committee of Experts not later than
two months before the session of the Committee at which the said proposals
are to be considered.
(4) The decisions of the Committee of Experts concerning the adoption
of amendments and additions to be made in the international classification
shall be by a simple majority of the countries of the Special Union.
Nevertheless, if such decisions entail the setting up of a new class
or any transfer of goods from one
class to another, unanimity shall be required.
(5) Each expert shall have the right to vote by mail.
(6) If a country does not appoint a representative for a given session
of the Committee of Experts, or if the expert appointed has not expressed
his vote during the session or within a period to be prescribed by the
rules of procedure of the Committee of Experts, the country concerned
shall be considered to have accepted
the decision of the Committee.
Notification and Publication of the Classification and of Amendments
and Additions Thereto
(1) The alphabetical list of goods and the explanatory notes adopted
by the Committee of Experts, as well as any amendment or addition to
the international classification decided by the Committee, shall be
communicated to the Offices of the countries of the Special Union by
the International Bureau. The decisions of the Committee of Experts
shall enter into force as soon as the communication is received. Nevertheless,
if such decisions entail the setting up of a new class or any transfer
of goods from one class to another, they shall enter into force within
a period of six months from the date of the said communication.
(2) The International Bureau, as depositary of the international classification,
shall incorporate therein the amendments and additions which have entered
into force. Announcements of the amendments and additions shall be published
in the periodicals to be designated by the Assembly.
Assembly of the Special Union
(a) The Special Union shall have an Assembly consisting of the countries
of the Special Union.
(b) The Government of each country of the Special Union shall be represented
by one delegate, who may be assisted by alternate delegates, advisors,
(c) The expenses of each delegation shall be borne by the Government
which has appointed it.
(a) Subject to the provisions of Article 3, the Assembly shall:
(i) deal with all matters concerning the maintenance and development
of the Special Union and the implementation of this Agreement;
(ii) give directions to the International Bureau concerning the preparation
for conferences of revision;
(iii) review and approve the reports and activities of the Director
General of the Organization (hereinafter designated as “the Director
General”) concerning the Special Union, and give him all necessary
instructions concerning matters within the competence of the Special
(iv) determine the program and adopt the biennial budget of the Special
Union, and approve its final accounts;
(v) adopt the financial regulations of the Special Union;
(vi) decide on the establishment of official texts of the international
classification in languages other than English and French;
(vii) establish, in addition to the Committee of Experts set up under
Article 3, such other committees of experts and working groups as it
deems appropriate to achieve the objectives of the Special Union;
(viii) determine which countries not members of the Special Union and
which intergovernmental and international non-governmental organizations
shall be admitted to its meetings as observers;
(ix) adopt amendments to Articles 5 to 8;
(x) take any other appropriate action designed to further the objectives
of the Special Union;
(xi) perform such other functions as are appropriate under this Agreement.
(b) With respect to matters which are of interest also to other Unions
administered by the Organization, the Assembly shall make its decisions
after having heard the advice of the Coordination Committee of the Organization.
(a) Each country member of the Assembly shall have one vote.
(b) One-half of the countries members of the Assembly shall constitute
(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of subparagraph (b), if, in any session,
the number of countries represented is less than one-half but equal
to or more than one-third of the countries members of the Assembly,
the Assembly may make decisions but, with the exception of decisions
concerning its own procedure, all such decisions shall take effect only
if the conditions set forth hereinafter are fulfilled. The International
Bureau shall communicate the said decisions to the countries members
of the Assembly which were not represented and shall invite them to
express in writing their vote or abstention within a period of three
months from the date of the communication. If, at the expiration of
this period, the number of countries having thus expressed their vote
or abstention attains the number of countries which was lacking for
attaining the quorum in the session itself, such decisions shall take
effect provided that at the same time the required majority still obtains.
(d) Subject to the provisions of Article 8(2), the decisions of the
Assembly shall require two-thirds of the votes cast.
(e) Abstentions shall not be considered as votes.
(f) A delegate may represent, and vote in the name of, one country only.
(a) The Assembly shall meet once in every second calendar year in ordinary
session upon convocation by the Director General and, in the absence
of exceptional circumstances, during the same period and at the same
place as the General Assembly of the Organization.
(b) The Assembly shall meet in extraordinary session upon convocation
by the Director General, at the request of one-fourth of the countries
members of the Assembly.
(c) The agenda of each session shall be prepared by the Director General.
(5) The Assembly shall adopt its own rules of procedure.
(a) Administrative tasks concerning the Special Union shall be performed
by the International Bureau.
(b) In particular, the International Bureau shall prepare the meetings
and provide the secretariat of the Assembly, the Committee of Experts,
and such other committees of experts and working groups as may have
been established by the Assembly or the Committee of Experts.
(c) The Director General shall be the chief executive of the Special
Union and shall represent the Special Union.
(2) The Director General and any staff member designated by him shall
participate, without the right to vote, in all meetings of the Assembly,
the Committee of Experts, and such other committees of experts or working
groups as may have been established by the Assembly or the Committee
of Experts. The Director General, or a staff member designated by him,
shall be ex officio secretary of those bodies.
(a) The International Bureau shall, in accordance with the directions
of the Assembly, make the preparations for the conferences of revision
of the provisions of the Agreement other than Articles 5 to 8.
(b) The International Bureau may consult with intergovernmental and
international non-governmental organizations concerning preparations
for conferences of revision.
(c) The Director General and persons designated by him shall take part,
without the right to vote, in the discussions at those conferences.
(4) The International Bureau shall carry out any other tasks assigned
(a) The Special Union shall have a budget.
(b) The budget of the Special Union shall include the income and expenses
proper to the Special Union, its contribution to the budget of expenses
common to the Unions, and, where applicable, the sum made available
to the budget of the Conference of the Organization.
(c) Expenses not attributable exclusively to the Special Union but also
to one or more other Unions administered by the Organization shall be
considered as expenses common to the Unions. The share of the Special
Union in such common expenses shall be in proportion to the interest
the Special Union has in them.
(2) The budget of the Special Union shall be established with due regard
to the requirements of coordination with the budgets of the other Unions
administered by the Organization.
(3) The budget of the Special Union shall be financed from the following
(i) contributions of the countries of the Special Union;
(ii) fees and charges due for services rendered by the International
Bureau in relation to the Special Union;
(iii) sale of, or royalties on, the publications of the International
Bureau concerning the Special Union;
(iv) gifts, bequests, and subventions;
(v) rents, interests, and other miscellaneous income.
(a) For the purpose of establishing its contribution referred to in
paragraph (3)(i), each country of the Special Union shall belong to
the same class as it belongs to in the Paris Union for the Protection
of Industrial Property, and shall pay its annual contributions on the
basis of the same number of units as is fixed for that class in that
(b) The annual contribution of each country of the Special Union shall
be an amount in the same proportion to the total sum to be contributed
to the budget of the Special Union by all countries as the number of
its units is to the total of the units of all contributing countries.
(c) Contributions shall become due on the first of January of each year.
(d) A country which is in arrears in the payment of its contributions
may not exercise its right to vote in any organ of the Special Union
if the amount of its arrears equals or exceeds the amount of the contributions
due from it for the preceding two full years. However, any organ of
the Special Union may allow such a country to continue to exercise its
right to vote in that organ if, and as long as, it is satisfied that
the delay in payment is due to exceptional and unavoidable circumstances.
(e) If the budget is not adopted before the beginning of a new financial
period, it shall be at the same level as the budget of the previous
year, as provided in the financial regulations.
(5) The amount of the fees and charges due for services rendered by
the International Bureau in relation to the Special Union shall be established,
and shall be reported to the Assembly, by the Director General.
(a) The Special Union shall have a working capital fund which shall
be constituted by a single payment made by each country of the Special
Union. If the fund becomes insufficient, the Assembly shall decide to
(b) The amount of the initial payment of each country to the said fund
or of its participation in the increase thereof shall be a proportion
of the contribution of that country for the year in which the fund is
established or the decision to increase it is made.
(c) The proportion and the terms of payment shall be fixed by the Assembly
on the proposal of the Director General and after it has heard the advice
of the Coordination Committee of the Organization.
(a) In the headquarters agreement concluded with the country on the
territory of which the Organization has its headquarters, it shall be
provided that, whenever the working capital fund is insufficient, such
country shall grant advances. The amount of those advances and the conditions
on which they are granted shall be the subject of separate agreements,
in each case, between such country and the
(b) The country referred to in subparagraph (a) and the Organization
shall each have the right to denounce the obligation to grant advances,
by written notification. Denunciation shall take effect three years
after the end of the year in which it has been notified.
(8) The auditing of the accounts shall be effected by one or more of
the countries of the Special Union or by external auditors, as provided
in the financial regulations. They shall be designated, with their agreement,
by the Assembly.
Amendment of Articles 5 to 8
(1) Proposals for the amendment of Articles 5, 6, 7, and the present
Article, may be initiated by any country of the Special Union or by
the Director General. Such proposals shall be communicated by the Director
General to the countries of the Special Union at least six months in
advance of their consideration by the Assembly.
(2) Amendments to the Articles referred to in paragraph (1) shall be
adopted by the Assembly. Adoption shall require three-fourths of the
votes cast, provided that any amendment to Article 5, and to the present
paragraph, shall require four-fifths of the votes cast.
(3) Any amendment to the Articles referred to in paragraph (1) shall
enter into force one month after written notifications of acceptance,
effected in accordance with their respective constitutional processes,
have been received by the Director General from three-fourths of the
countries members of the Special Union at the time the amendment was
adopted. Any amendment to the said Articles thus accepted shall bind
all the countries which are members of the Special Union at the time
the amendment enters into force, or which become members thereof at
a subsequent date, provided that any amendment increasing the financial
obligations of countries of the Special Union shall bind only those
countries which have notified their acceptance of such amendment.
Ratification and Accession; Entry Into Force
(1) Any country party to the Paris Convention for the Protection of
Industrial Property which has signed this Agreement may ratify it, and,
if it has not signed it, may accede to it.
(2) Instruments of ratification and accession shall be deposited with
the Director General.
(a) With respect to the first five countries which have deposited their
instruments of ratification or accession, this Agreement shall enter
into force three months after the deposit of the fifth such instrument.
(b) With respect to any other country, this Agreement shall enter into
force three months after the date on which its ratification or accession
has been notified by the Director General, unless a subsequent date
has been indicated in the instrument of ratification or accession. In
the latter case, this Agreement shall enter into force with respect
to that country on the date thus indicated.
(4) Ratification or accession shall automatically entail acceptance
of all the clauses and admission to all the advantages of this Agreement.
Force and Duration of the Agreement
This Agreement shall have the same force and duration as the Paris Convention
for the Protection of Industrial Property.
Revision of Articles 1 to 4 and 9 to 15
(1) Articles 1 to 4 and 9 to 15 of this Agreement may be submitted to
revision with a view to the introduction of desired improvements.
(2) Every revision shall be considered at a conference which shall be
held among the delegates of the countries of the Special Union.
(1) Any country may denounce this Agreement by notification addressed
to the Director General. Such denunciation shall affect only the country
making it, the Agreement remaining in full force and effect as regards
the other countries of the Special Union.
(2) Denunciation shall take effect one year after the day on which the
Director General has received the notification.
(3) The right of denunciation provided by this Article shall not be
exercised by any country before the expiration of five years from the
date upon which it becomes a member of the Special Union.
The provisions of Article 24 of the Paris Convention for the Protection
of Industrial Property shall apply to this Agreement.
Signature, Languages, Notifications
(a) This Agreement shall be signed in a single copy in the English and
French languages, both texts being equally authentic, and shall be deposited
with the Government of Switzerland.
(b) This Agreement shall remain open for signature at Berne until June
(2) Official texts shall be established by the Director General, after
consultation with the interested Governments, in such other languages
as the Assembly may designate.
(3) The Director General shall transmit two copies, certified by the
Government of Switzerland, of the signed text of this Agreement to the
Governments of the countries that have signed it and, on request, to
the Government of any other country.
(4) The Director General shall register this Agreement with the Secretariat
of the United Nations.
(5) The Director General shall notify the Governments of all countries
of the Special Union of the date of entry into force of the Agreement,
signatures, deposits of instruments of ratification or accession, acceptances
of amendments to this Agreement and the dates on which such amendments
enter into force, and notifications of denunciation.
Until the first Director General assumes office, references in this
Agreement to the International Bureau of the Organization or to the
Director General shall be deemed to be references to the United International
Bureaux for the Protection of Intellectual Property (BIRPI) or its Director,
List of Classes and Subclasses of the International Classification
(as in force from January 1, 1994)
01) BAKERS’ PRODUCTS, BISCUITS, PASTRY, MACARONI AND OTHER CEREAL
CHOCOLATES, CONFECTIONERY, ICES
02) FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
03) CHEESES, BUTTER AND BUTTER SUBSTITUTES, OTHER DAIRY PRODUCE
04) BUTCHERS’ MEAT (INCLUDING PORK PRODUCTS), FISH
06) ANIMAL FOODSTUFFS
Class 02—Articles of clothing and haberdashery
01) UNDERGARMENTS, LINGERIE, CORSETS, BRASSIERES, NIGHTWEAR
04) FOOTWEAR, SOCKS AND STOCKINGS
05) NECKTIES, SCARVES, NECKERCHIEFS AND HANDKERCHIEFS
07) HABERDASHERY AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES
Class 03—Travel goods, cases, parasols and personal belongings,
not elsewhere specified
01) TRUNKS, SUITCASES, BRIEFCASES, HANDBAGS, KEYHOLDERS, CASES SPECIALLY
DESIGNED FOR THEIR CONTENTS, WALLETS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES
03) UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, SUNSHADES AND WALKING STICKS
01) BRUSHES AND BROOMS FOR CLEANING
02) TOILET BRUSHES, CLOTHES BRUSHES AND SHOE BRUSHES
03) BRUSHES FOR MACHINES
04) PAINTBRUSHES, BRUSHES FOR USE IN COOKING
Class 05—Textile piecegoods, artificial and natural
01) SPUN ARTICLES
04) RIBBONS, BRAIDS AND OTHER DECORATIVE TRIMMINGS
05) TEXTILE FABRICS
06) ARTIFICIAL OR NATURAL SHEET MATERIAL
01) BEDS AND SEATS
03) TABLES AND SIMILAR FURNITURE
04) STORAGE FURNITURE
05) COMPOSITE FURNITURE
06) OTHER FURNITURE AND FURNITURE PARTS
07) MIRRORS AND FRAMES
08) CLOTHES HANGERS
09) MATTRESSES AND CUSHIONS
10) CURTAINS AND INDOOR BLINDS
11) CARPETS, MATS AND RUGS
13) BLANKETS AND OTHER COVERING MATERIALS, HOUSEHOLD LINEN AND NAPERY
Class 07—Household goods, not elsewhere specified
01) CHINA, GLASSWARE, DISHES AND OTHER ARTICLES OF A SIMILAR NATURE
02) COOKING APPLIANCES, UTENSILS AND CONTAINERS
03) TABLES KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS
04) APPLIANCES AND UTENSILS, HAND-MANIPULATED, FOR PREPARING FOOD OR
05) FLATIRONS AND WASHING, CLEANING AND DRYING EQUIPMENT
06) OTHER TABLE UTENSILS
07) OTHER HOUSEHOLD RECEPTACLES
08) FIREPLACE IMPLEMENTS
Class 08—Tools and hardware
01) TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS FOR DRILLING, MILLING OR DIGGING
02) HAMMERS AND OTHER SIMILAR TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS
03) CUTTING TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS
04) SCREWDRIVERS AND OTHER SIMILAR TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS
05) OTHER TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS
06) HANDLES, KNOBS AND HINGES
07) LOCKING OR CLOSING DEVICES
08) FASTENING, SUPPORTING OR MOUNTING DEVICES NOT INCLUDED IN OTHER
09) METAL FITTINGS AND MOUNTINGS FOR DOORS, WINDOWS AND FURNITURE, AND
10) BICYCLE RACKS
Class 09—Packages and containers for the transport or handling
01) BOTTLES, FLASKS, POTS, CARBOYS, DEMIJOHNS, AND CONTAINERS WITH DYNAMIC
02) STORAGE CANS, DRUMS AND CASKS
03) BOXES, CASES, CONTAINERS, (PRESERVE) TINS OR CANS
04) HAMPERS, CRATES AND BASKETS
05) BAGS, SACHETS, TUBES AND CAPSULES
06) ROPES AND HOOPING MATERIALS
07) CLOSING MEANS AND ATTACHMENTS
08) PALLETS AND PLATFORMS FOR FORKLIFTS
09) REFUSE AND TRASH CONTAINERS AND STANDS THEREFOR
CLASS 10—Clocks and watches and other measuring instruments, checking
and signalling instruments
01) CLOCKS AND ALARM CLOCKS
02) WATCHES AND WRIST WATCHES
03) OTHER TIME-MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
04) OTHER MEASURING INSTRUMENTS, APPARATUS AND DEVICES
05) INSTRUMENTS, APPARATUS AND DEVICES FOR CHECKING, SECURITY OR TESTING
06) SIGNALLING APPARATUS AND DEVICES
07) CASINGS, DIALS, HANDS AND ALL OTHER PARTS AND ACCESSORIES OF
INSTRUMENTS FOR MEASURING, CHECKING AND SIGNALLING
CLASS 11—Articles of adornment
02) TRINKETS, TABLE, MANTEL AND WALL ORNAMENTS, FLOWER VASES AND POTS
03) MEDALS AND BADGES
04) ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, FRUIT AND PLANTS
05) FLAGS, FESTIVE DECORATIONS
CLASS 12—Means of transport or hoisting
01) VEHICLES DRAWN BY ANIMALS
02) HANDCARTS, WHEELBARROWS
03) LOCOMOTIVES AND ROLLING STOCK FOR RAILWAYS AND ALL OTHER RAIL VEHICLES
04) TELPHER CARRIERS, CHAIR LIFTS AND SKI LIFTS
05) ELEVATORS AND HOISTS FOR LOADING OR CONVENYING
06) SHIPS AND BOATS
07) AIRCRAFT AND SPACE VEHICLES
08) MOTOR CARS, BUSES AND LORRIES
10) ROAD VEHICLE TRAILERS
11) CYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES
12) PERAMBULATORS, INVALID CHAIRS, STRETCHERS
13) SPECIAL-PURPOSE VEHICLES
14) OTHER VEHICLES
15) TYRES AND ANTI-SKID CHAINS FOR VEHICLES
16) PARTS, EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES FOR VEHICLES, NOT INCLUDED IN OTHER
CLASSES OR SUBCLASSES
CLASS 13—Equipment for production, distribution or
transformation of electricity
01) GENERATORS AND MOTORS
02) POWER TRANSFORMERS, RECTIFIERS, BATTERIES AND ACCUMULATORS
03) EQUIPMENT FOR DISTRIBUTION OR CONTROL OF ELECTRIC POWER
CLASS 14—Recording, communication or information retrieval
01) EQUIPMENT FOR THE RECORDING OR REPRODUCTION OF SOUNDS OR PICTURES
02) DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT AS WELL AS PERIPHERAL APPARATUS AND DEVICES
03) COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLS AND RADIO
CLASS 15—Machines, not elsewhere specified
02) PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS
03) AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
04) CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY
05) WASHING, CLEANING AND DRYING MACHINES
06) TEXTILE, SEWING, KNITTING AND EMBROIDERING MACHINES INCLUDING THEIR
07) REFRIGERATION MACHINERY AND APPARATUS
09) MACHINE TOOLS, ABRADING AND FOUNDING MACHINERY
CLASS 16—Photographic, cinematographic and optical
01) PHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERAS AND FILM CAMERAS
02) PROJECTORS AND VIEWERS
03) PHOTOCOPYING APPARATUS AND ENLARGERS
04) DEVELOPING APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT
06) OPTICAL ARTICLES
CLASS 17—Musical instruments
01) KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS
02) WIND INSTRUMENTS
03) STRINGED INSTRUMENTS
04) PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS
05) MECHANICAL INSTRUMENTS
CLASS 18—Printing and office machinery
01) TYPEWRITERS AND CALCULATING MACHINES
02) PRINTING MACHINES
03) TYPE AND TYPE FACES
04) BOOKBINDING MACHINES, PRINTERS’ STAPLING MACHINES, GUILLOTINES
AND TRIMMERS (FOR BOOKBINDING)
CLASS 19—Stationery and office equipment, artists’
and teaching materials
01) WRITING PAPER, CARDS FOR CORRESPONDENCE AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
02) OFFICE EQUIPMENT
04) BOOKS AND OTHER OBJECTS OF SIMILAR OUTWARD APPEARANCE
06) MATERIALS AND INSTRUMENTS FOR WRITING BY HAND, FOR DRAWING, FOR
PAINTING, FOR SCULPTURE, FOR ENGRAVING AND FOR OTHER ARTISTIC TECHNIQUES
07) TEACHING MATERIALS
08) OTHER PRINTED MATTER
CLASS 20—Sales and advertising equipment, signs
01) AUTOMATIC VENDING MACHINES
02) DISPLAY AND SALES EQUIPMENT
03) SIGNS, SIGNBOARDS AND ADVERTISING DEVICES
CLASS 21—Games, toys, tents and sports goods
01) GAMES AND TOYS
02) GYMNASTICS AND SPORTS APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT
03) OTHER AMUSEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT ARTICLES
04) TENTS AND ACCESSORIES THEREOF
CLASS 22—Arms, pyrotechnic articles, articles for
hunting, fishing and pest killing
01) PROJECTILE WEAPONS
02) OTHER WEAPONS
03) AMMUNITION, ROCKETS AND PYROTECHNIC ARTICLES
04) TARGETS AND ACCESSORIES
05) HUNTING AND FISHING EQUIPMENT
06) TRAPS, ARTICLES FOR PEST KILLING
CLASS 23—Fluid distribution equipment, sanitary, heating,
ventilation and air-conditioning equipment, solid fuel
01) FLUID DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
02) SANITARY APPLIANCES
03) HEATING EQUIPMENT
04) VENTILATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
05) SOLID FUEL
CLASS 24—Medical and laboratory equipment
01) APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT FOR DOCTORS, HOSPITALS AND LABORATORIES
02) MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS, INSTRUMENTS AND TOOLS FOR LABORATORY USE
03) PROSTHETIC ARTICLES
04) MATERIALS FOR DRESSING WOUNDS, NURSING AND MEDICAL CARE
CLASS 25—Building units and construction elements
01) BUILDING MATERIALS
02) PREFABRICATED OR PRE-ASSEMBLED BUILDING PARTS
03) HOUSES, GARAGES AND OTHER BUILDINGS
04) STEPS, LADDERS AND SCAFFOLDS
CLASS 26—Lighting apparatus
01) CANDLESTICKS AND CANDELABRA
02) TORCHES AND HAND LAMPS AND LANTERNS
03) PUBLIC LIGHTING FIXTURES
04) LUMINOUS SOURCES, ELECTRICAL OR NOT
05) LAMPS, STANDARD LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, WALL AND CEILING FIXTURES, LAMPSHADES,
REFLECTORS, PHOTOGRAPHIC AND CINEMATOGRAPHIC PROJECTOR LAMPS
06) LUMINOUS DEVICES FOR VEHICLES
CLASS 27—Tobacco and smokers’ supplies
01) TOBACCO, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES
02) PIPES, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS
06) CIGAR CASES, CIGARETTE CASES, TOBACCO JARS AND POUCHES
CLASS 28—Pharmaceutical and cosmetic products, toilet
articles and apparatus
01) PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS
02) COSMETIC PRODUCTS
03) TOILET ARTICLES AND BEAUTY PARLOR EQUIPMENT
04) WIGS, FALSE HAIRPIECES
CLASS 29—Devices and equipment against fire hazards,
for accident prevention and for rescue
01) DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT AGAINST FIRE HAZARDS
02) DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT FOR ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND FOR RESCUE, NOT
CLASS 30—Articles for the care and handling of animals
01) ANIMAL CLOTHING
02) PENS, CAGES, KENNELS AND SIMILAR SHELTERS
03) FEEDERS AND WATERERS
05) WHIPS AND PRODS
06) BEDS AND NESTS
07) PERCHES AND OTHER CAGE ATTACHMENTS
08) MARKERS, MARKS AND SHACKLES
09) HITCHING POSTS
CLASS 31—Machines and applicances for preparing food
or drink, not elsewhere specified
00) MACHINES AND APPLICANCES FOR PREPARING FOOD OR DRINK, NOT ELSEWHERE