UK Trademark 2289784

Mark
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Mark ClaimlimitThe applicant claims the colours gold, red and blue as an element of the first mark in the series.
Series Of2
Status
StatusRegistered
Classes08, 09, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 28, 41
Relevant dates
Filing Date11 January 2002
Next Renewal Date11 January 2012
Registration Date09 May 2003
Publication in Trade Marks Journal
First Advert 11 December 2002
Issue number 6460, page 20390
Registration 06 June 2003
Issue number 6483
List of goods or services
Class 08Hand tools, instruments and implements; jacks; hand pumps; razors; diving and safety knives and knife holders; can openers; penknives; bayonets and swords; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 8.
Class 09Scientific and optical apparatus, devices and instruments; electronic apparatus, devices and instruments with military, maritime, sub-maritime, or aviation applications; optical, scientific, measuring, checking and signalling apparatus, devices and instruments; computers and software; electronic publications; computer databases; computer disks; CD-ROMs; audio visual recordings; DVDs; laser discs; digital discs; video tapes, cassettes, discs and films; audio tapes, cassettes and compact discs; secure transmission apparatus; identity cards; computer game programmes and computer graphics software; video tapes, cassettes, discs and films; audio tapes, cassettes and compact discs; aerial reconnaissance equipment; interactive and computer based trainers and simulators navigation instruments, systems and equipment; training simulators; remote controlled vehicles for explosive ordnance disposal; computerised weapon control and data processing apparatus; electronic control systems; diving suits, diving units and breathing apparatus; flying instrument display panels; engine instrument display panels; fuel gauging and management systems; radar altimeters, navigation and flight management systems; fire fighting equipment; navigation instruments, systems and equipment; remote controlled vehicles for explosive ordnance disposal; protective clothing and equipment including body armour, foot wear, hand wear, head gear including helmets; goggles, glasses for optical use and visors; nuclear biological and chemical protection equipment; ship borne radar equipment; ship borne radio transmitters and receivers; maritime rescue, safety and survival equipment; satellites and satellite systems; underwater sensors; computer based audio visual material; audio-visual publications downloadable offered on-line from databases or from web sites; mouse mats; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; leather and imitation leather holders for mobile phones; all included in Class 9.
Class 14Clocks, watches and chronometric instruments; tie pins, tie clips; belt buckles; cuff links; tie pins, tie clips and tie bars; watch strap and bracelets; articles in precious metals; jewellery and personal adornments; tankards of precious metals; trophies; tea plates, tea service and tea pots; salt and pepper pots; trays, vases and urns; coins, medals and medallions; identity tags; commemorative models of ships, boats and marine craft, made of or coated with precious metals; model ships for collectors made of or coated with precious metals; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 14.
Class 16Printed matter; stationery; publications; paper and paper articles; cardboard and cardboard articles; certificates; printed data, graphic images and tickets; envelopes, bags, labels, tags; newsletters, magazines, pamphlets, periodicals; diaries; writing instruments, pens, pencils, stencils, rulers; markers and crayons; erasers, rulers and pencil sharpeners; paper clips, paperweights; book ends, book marks, coasters; embroidery, clothing and soft toy patterns; maps, pictures, posters, photographs, prints; diaries and calendars; postcards; cross stitch patterns; wrapping material, gift tags; table mats and napkins; artist's implements and materials; printing stamps and ink pads; teaching, educational, training and instructional material, manuals and guides; operating and maintenance manuals; training guides; teaching and training aids; drawings, plans, surveys, charts; books, novels, brochures, catalogues and advertising material; publications; security paper and tapes; towels; flags; stickers; plastic bags; commemorative models of ships, boats and marine craft, made of paper or card; model ships for collectors, made of paper or card; paper weights; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 16.
Class 18Body harnesses; leather goods, belts, belts or straps with load carrying pouches and load carrying hooks; brief cases; holders for credit cards; trunks, suitcases and travelling bags; handbags, luggage, cases, rucksacks, haversacks, satchels; pouches, purses, wallets; umbrellas; place mats, parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 18.
Class 20Transport containers; boxes and containers; furniture; boxes, crates, storage cases, non-metallic containers; security chests; sleeping bags; key fobs, key rings and key holders; signs and sign boards, non metallic signs; coasters, badges, sculptures, models, wooden figurines, statuettes; figurines, plaques and wall plates; dispensers for toilet and domestic use; works of art; coasters; door knobs and handles, picture and mirror frames, plaques; cushions; commemorative models of ships, boats and marine craft, made of plastic, wood, plaster or resin; model ships for collectors, made of plastic, wood, plaster or resin; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 20.
Class 21Plates for collectors, plates made of porcelain; china, glassware, porcelain and earthenware; painted glassware, glass crystals, glass bowls, glass decanters; sculptures, models, figurines, plaques; cups and plates; utensils and containers; salt shakers; pepper pots, pepper mills; drinking glasses; tankards and tumblers; vases, cups and mugs; jugs and pots, dishes, and bowls, brushes; moneyboxes; toothbrushes; commemorative models of ships, boats and marine craft, made of china, earthenware, porcelain or glass; model ships for collectors, made of china, earthenware, porcelain or glass; boards for chopping wood; napkin rings; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 21.
Class 24Household textile articles; travelling rugs; bed and table covers; textile wall hangings; pennants; flags and banners; fabric cross stitch patterns, tapestries; textiles and textile goods; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 24.
Class 25Clothing, uniforms; articles of outer clothing; shirts, coats, jackets, trousers sweatshirts; jeans; T-shirts, vests, shorts; skirts, blouses; overcoats, rainwear, waterproof clothing; sweaters, pullovers, cardigans; ties, belts, scarves; sports clothing; footwear, shoes; boots; boots for sports; caps, hats, headgear; sun visors; body suits; socks; gloves; sweat shirts, ties; waist coats having load carrying pouches; work wear; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 25.
Class 26Badges; lace; embroidered badges; buttons, buckles; lapel and tie pins; emblems; ribbons; brooches; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 26.
Class 28Commemorative models of ships, boats and marine craft, sold as toys or playthings; model ships for collectors, sold as toys or playthings; toys, games, and playthings; soft toys; electronic toys and games machines; souvenirs; novelty items; jigsaw puzzles; board games; computer simulated war games; electronic games machines; figurines and novelties in the form of souvenirs; chess games; playing cards; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 28.
Class 41Education, training, instruction, teaching and tuition services; provision of training facilities; design, development, provision, arranging and conducting of training courses, conferences, seminars, exhibitions, symposiums and workshops; provision of information, entertainment, education and instruction; training relating to navigation and seamanship, fire fighting, fire prevention, explosives handling and disposal; leadership, management, engineering and technical training; compilation, storage and provision of educational, training and/or journalistic information all relating to acquisition, development, supply, use, operation, management, maintenance and disposal of ships, boats, marine and naval craft, telecommunications, weapons and navigational equipment and systems; museum and archival facilities; provision and publication of printed matter and information relating to maritime and naval history, exploration and warfare, logistics, supply, storage and distribution, disaster relief and emergency rescue services; all for educational, training and/or journalistic purposes; entertainment services being concerts, band performances, naval and aerial displays; technical publishing and video production; all included in Class 41.
Names and addresses
ProprietorThe Secretary of State for Defence
Whitehall, London, SW1A 2HB
Residence CountryUnited Kingdom
ADP Number0815140001
ServiceChristopher Shea
DIPR Formalities Section, Oak 2E #6228, Abbey Wood North, Bristol, BS34 8JH
ADP Number0949413001