UK Trademark 419186

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Status
Application TypeCertification Mark
StatusArchived
Classes01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34
Status Before DeathMerged registered
Relevant dates
Filing Date04 October 1921
Next Renewal Date04 October 2005
Progress Stopped10 January 2005
Archived Date16 January 2007
Publication in Trade Marks Journal
First Advert 07 June 1922
Issue number 2306, page 1084
Renewal 13 November 1991
Issue number 5899
Merger 04 February 2005
Issue number 6568
List of goods or services
Class 01Chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs; tartaric acid for use as an ingredient in food; anti-ferments for liquors; preservatives and finings for beer and wine; food and drink clarifiers; ferments; neutralizers for fermenting liquors; saccharin for use as an ingredient in food; preparations for tenderising foodstuffs. ..Reagents for testing blood. .. Manures (natural and artificial); chemicals for use in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; composts and fertilizers; chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs (not as an ingredient). ..Adhesives made from gutta-percha for use by tailor' and shoemakers'; rubber solutions. Photographic paper; sensitized paper; chemical test paper. ..Hardening preparations for metal; preservatives (except paints or oils) for wood, stone or metal. ..Rubber solutions; carbon; tanning and currying substances; starch for use in manufacture. ..Chemicals for use in industry, science and photography; tempering and soldering preparations; chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs; adhesives used in industry; caustic soda; starch size; preservatives for brickwork, cement, concrete and masonry; fuel saving preparations; alcohol for use in manufacture.
Class 02Colouring substances for food and liquors....Printing inks...Whitewash; preservative paints and oils for wood and metal...Metals in foil and powder form for use by painters, decorators, printers and artists...Natural resins; aniline dyes (other than mineral)...Paints; varnishes; lacquers; preservatives against rust and against deterioration of wood; colorants; mordants; primers; mineraL aniline dyres; preservatives for metal. cement, concrete and masonry; fuel saving preparations; alcohol for use in manufacture.
Class 03Essential oils for food...Medicated shampoos for the scalp and hair; medicated soap; cold cream....Disinfectant soap; soaps for veterinary and horticultural purposes; limewash disinfectant...Bleaching substances; preparations for laundry use; common soap....Whiting....Essential oils for use in manufacture; volcanic ash for cleaning purposes; corundum; pumice stones.
Class 04Disinfectants for laying and absorbing dust...Candles; wax tapers, night lights and lamp wicks; cutting compounds (lubricants); lubricants; fuels; oil and grease...Oils for the preservation of stone and masonry...Oils and greases for use in manufacture....Illuminating gas; preservative oils for masonry and stonework.
Class 05Infants' and invalids' foods; dietetic foods adapted for medical use...Sanitary clothing...Dental amalgams; anti-rheumatism rings, bracelets and anklets; all made of precious metal....Medical and surgical dressings; dental amalgam and materials for stopping teeth, none made of precious metal; dental wax; sanitary towels, napkins and underwear; anti-rheumatism rings, bracelets and anklets, none made of precious metal...Pharmaceutical preparations for humans; plasters for medical use; contrast media for x-ray treatment for medical purposes; medicated cotton; medicated cotton wool; medicated confectionery and foodstuffs; mineral waters for medicinal purposes...Veterinary and sanitary preparations; disinfectants; preparations for destroying vermin; fungicides; herbicides...Hydrogen peroxide for medical purposes; camphor.
Class 06Aluminium and goods made from aluminium....Anchors; ships' chain cables...Elements and devices for architectural and building purposes; iron bridges; strong rooms; all made from common metal...Cast building materials; casings for buildings; chimney caps, cowls, tops and pots; girders; railway sleepers; all made fr om common metal...Springs; signs; cocks (valves); dog chains; stair treads (steps); outdoor venetian blinds; ropes, cables and cordage; all made from comm on metal...Compressed gas containers...Railway points and switches; vice benches. connection to ducting or to cooker heads. ++Also cancelled on 20th March, 1964, in respect of machines for mixing, beating, liquidising, mincing, slicing, shredding, and juice extracting, all for use in the preparation of foodstuffs; spin-drying and tumble-drying machines; dish- washing machines and floor-polishing machines; all beinf electric and for domestic use...Metals in foil and powder form; common metals and their alloys; materials of metal for railway tracks; non-electric cables and wires...Ores of metal.
Class 07Machine belting made of leather...Machine belting made of wool, worsted or hair...Machine belting; aprons for machines; brake blocks and brake linings for machines; all made from rubber or gutta-percha...Machine belting made of jute...Machine belting made of flax or hemp...Hydraulic scrubbers for cleaning ships bottoms when afloat...Pneumatic cash-box carrying apparatus; filtering machines; filters being parts of machines...Electric ignition sparking plugs; piston rings; pulley blocks; pistons; shuttles....Agricultural and horticultural machines and parts for agricultural and horticultural machines; boilers for use in agriculture.Machines, machine parts and machine tools, other than for agriculture or horticultural use; engines and motors, other than for land vehicles for agriculture or horticultural use; foundry machines; drying machines; boilers and boiler pipes as parts of machines; fans as parts of machines; but not including domestic electric ironing machines, domestic electric clothes for washing machines, electrically operated food waste disposal appliances for attachment to domestic sinks; machines for mixing, beating, liquidising, mincing, slicing, shredding, and juice extracting, all for use in the preparation of foodstuffs; spindrying and tumble-drying machines; dish-washing machines; all being electric and for domestic use.
Class 08Electro-plated cutlery; forks; knives, ladles and spoons; all made of precious metal...Sidearms...Cutting and soldering blowpipes....Tools other than machine and without a cutting edge; agricultural and horticultural implements ( without a cutting edge); awls; bradawls; branding irons; earmarkers for catt le; caulking irons; crowbars; dies without a cutting edge; flat irons; fullers; goffering irons; hammers; ladles; tube expanders; levers; turnscrews; tweezers; screwdrivers; sharpening steels; plumbers shave hooks without a cutting edge; shovels; spades; spanners; spuds; swages; trowels; punches without a cutting edge; marlin spikes; garden rakes; rammers; saw sets; money scoops; scrapers; mattocks; palette knives, without a cutting edge; pestles; pickaxes; picks; bills; pliers and pincers; drill boxes; nut crackers; forks; gimlets; spoons; wrenches; bevels; soldering irons; graining combs; all made of common metal....Cutting and edge tools and implements, all being hand operated; cutlery other than e lectro-plated; razors; screw cutting dies; pocket knives; but not includ ing electrically operated shaving instruments....Atomizers all being hand operated. ..Jacks; foundry implements; hair cutting machines.
Class 09Articles of clothing for protection against accidents, injury or fire...Electrical contacts; crucibles; spectacles frames; all made from precious metal...Electric batteries for medical purposes; electric inductors for medical purposes; electrically heated clothing..Letter balances; electric wire covered in paper. ...Electric wire covered in silk. ....Swimming life belts; life buoys; life saving jackets for use on water; navigation and nautical lights...Alarm systems and alarm bells for buildings; automatic fire extinguishing systems for buildings; diving apparatus and diving suits; railway signal boxes....Earthenware junction boxes (electric cable); laboratory crucibles and cupels (fire clay); reto rts (earthenware)...Workmans' compasses; electric contacts and terminals; electric bellwarning devices; electrical cutouts; electric ic switches; workmans measures; spectacle frames; camera stands; whistles not parts of machines; anodes for electroplating apparatus; lightning conductors; engineers jigs and magnets; springs for gramophone motors; electric solderi ng apparatus; electric alarm bells; all made from common metal...Scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), lifesaving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; coin and counter freed apparatus; talking machines; calcu lating machines; magnets; electric cables; x-ray apparatus none for medical or surgical use....Weighing apparatus; fire engines; scales; railway signals; mechanical and luminous signs; sirens; steelyards; fire extinguishing apparatus/machines; jigs; magnets; electricity transformers; cash registers; coin/counter operated machines and mechani sms for coin/counter operated apparatus...Telegraph wires.
Class 10Dentists chairs...Spittoons made of glass...Spittoons of aluminium or of precious metals...Surgical, medical, dental and veterinary apparatus and instruments; artificial limbs, eyes and teeth; pillows for insomniacs; thermometers for medical use; surgical stockings; but not including electric heating pads or electric blankets..Water beds, air beds and cushions; all for medical purposes; all made from India-rubber or gutta-percha....Spittoons of earthenware or porcelain. ..Spittoons made of metal.
Class 11Glass reflectors'; light bulbs; lampshades made of glass...Fumigation apparatus....Lampshades made of paper...Lighting installations; heating apparatus; steam heating apparatus; cooking apparatus; refrigeration apparatus; drying apparat us; ventilating apparatus; water purifying apparatus; water closets and ciste rns; filters and filtering apparatus, all for drinking water or for air condi tioning all being parts of installations; blow lamps for burning off or brazi ng; dehydrators; furnaces; but not including domestic electric wash boilers; domestic electric space heaters, domestic electric refrigerators; domestic electric portable cooking appliances; boiling plates; thermal storage water heaters; drying cabinets; warming plates; or toasters, all being electric and for domestic use...Bathtubs, water closets basins and pedestals, taps, lavatory basins, furnace fittings and blocks, hearths, lamp and st ove burners, all made from china, porcelain, stoneware, earthenware or fire clay...Furnace bars; bath tubs; gas burners; lamp burners; stove burners; cisterns; ballcocks; hydrants; electric toasters; heater irons; lamps and lampshad es; lanterns; fittings for sanitary ware; reflectors for lamps and lights; f oot warmers; all made from common metal...Electric lighting apparatus...Boiler pipes/tubes for heating installations; electric fans; refrigerating machines ; portable forges.
Class 12Wheelchairs...Drive belts of leather for land vehicles...Drive belts made of wool, worsted or hair for land vehicles...Glass for vehicle windows...Saddles for bicycles; air tubes for vehicle tyres; tyres, brake blocks, brake rubbers and b rake linings, for land vehicles; all made from rubber or gutta-percha; rubber parts for vehicles...Linen tyre covers; drive belts for land vehicles made of flax or hemp...Vehicles for locomotion by land; bathchairs...Apparatus for locomotion on water...Aerial ropeways and conveyors...Axle and axle caps, all for vehicles; brakes, springs, luggage carriers and couplings for vehicles; c oach ironmongery; bodies and frames for motor cars and trucks; mudguards, hubs, rims and spokes for vehicles; toe clips; wheelbarrows; fenders; shock absorbers for vehicles...Agricultural tractors and parts for agricultural tractors...Apparatus for locomotion by air; tractors other than for use in agriculture; engines and motors for land vehicles other than for use in agriculture.
Class 13Ammunition (explosive); projectiles (explosive); cartridges; explosive substances; fireworks...Firearms and ammunition (non-explosive); belts for cartridge and shot; bullets; gun carriages (artillery); gun barrels; harpoon guns (weapons).
Class 14Watch glasses....Precious metals and alloys of precious metals; goods in precious metals or coated therewith; jewellery; precious stones..Clock gongs and weigh ts; watch protectors and cases; all made from common metal..Horological and chronometric instruments; watch straps...Precious metals and their alloys.
Class 15Cases of leather for musical instruments...Mutes for musical instruments made of precious metal or coated therewith...Musical instruments...Tuning forks; music tuning apparatus....Piano wire.
Class 16Labels made of leather...Aquariums..Pens; penholders; pen cases and pencil cases; inkstands; all made from precious metal or coated therewith...Medicated toilet paper...Paper; cardboard; printed matter; newspapers; periodicals; books; bookbinding materials including cloth; photographs; stationery; adhesives for stati onery or household purposes; artists materials except paint; typewriters and typewriter ribbons; office requisites; instructional and teaching materials other than apparatus; ordinary playing cards; printers blankets, pads, overlays and underlays of paper or cardboard; prints; engravings; paper filters; duplicating apparatus and inking sheets for duplicators....Books made of silk..Modelling clay..Printers blocks, types and plates; electrotypes for printing; engravers plates; labels; office trays; tape dispensers..Drawing instruments; terrestrial and celestial globes; franking machines...Pencil sharpening machines.
Class 17Insulating gloves; bottling gloves...Glass wool for insulation...Electrical insulating materials made of cotton and synthetic resins, and petrol rubber tubing, being hose..Gutta-percha; India-rubber; balata; substitutes for gutta-percha, India-rubber and balata; India-rubber webbing...Insulating paper...Asbestos cement sheets for insulating...Electric insulators of porcelain...Gaskets made of metal..Asbestos; rubber; mica...Insulating varnish; heat insulating compositions; sealing compounds; slag wool for insulating.
Class 18Leather; skins; hides; sausage skins; trunks, travelling bags, whips, harness and saddlery, all made of leather or skin; fur in the piece; boot linings, shoe linings, luggage labels and straps, all made of leather...Leathercloth...Imitations of leather and bags, all made from rubber or gutta percha...Music cases.Dog collars; horse bits; harness homes; muzzles; parasol frames, ribs and stretchers; saddle frames and trees; traces...Waste and cut fur for any use in manufacture.
Class 19Building safety glass; double glazed, hermetically sealed units made of glass for construction...Portable buildings; statues (stone); revolving shutters; stair cases; urinals (structures); verandas; all being made of non-metallic materi als..Cast building materials; stone (other than rough or part worked); cement; asbestos cement and cement sheets; lime; mortar; plaster; asphalt; pitch; bitumen; road-making materials; gravel; bricks, chimney caps, cowls, tops and pots (oPipes of earthenware; chimney caps, cowls, tops and pots, all made of porcelain or earthenware; bricks...Asphalt; bitumen; bath stone in block form; breeze; coal tar; compressed cork; granite, rough or partly prepared; granite setts for paving; marble; limestone; pitch....Heat insulating cement; cement for filling holes in castings; cement for furnaces.
Class 20Furniture and mirrors....Cushions made of leather or skins....Cushions and air pillows; pillows and air pillows; air beds; water beds; pillows; all made from rubber or gutta percha...Garden chairs, seats and tables; curtain hooks, rings and rods; fenders and fire screens; picture rods; stair rods; shelves; venetian blinds (indoor); animal beds; collapsible baby carriers; all made from com mon metal...Beehives..Vice benches.... Amber; bone; whalebone; ivory.
Class 21Glassware; household utensils and containers made of glass; glass fibre (wool)...Aluminium cooking and household articles..Chamber pots....Funnels; containers; sponge substitutes; all made from rubber or gutta percha...Duster; polishing cloths; all made from silk...Household and domestic utensils and containers; ornaments; all made from china, porcelain or earthenware...Baking dishes; basins; birdcages; hand bowls; wire brushes; buckets and candlesticks; cans; cinder sifters for household use; cooking utensils other than aluminium; hollow ware for domestic use; funnels; gridirons (non-electric); pots; coal scuttles; cattle troughs and pans; coolers for wine or water; corkscrews; dish covers; shoe horns; platees and dishes; pewter ware; kettles; scoops; sprinklers; sieves; syringes for watering flowers and plants; moulds, trays, wire strainers; polishing appliances; steel wool for cleaning; all made from common metal...Trouse stretchers; carpet sweepers....Bristles; sponges.
Class 22Wadding; stuffing, all made of wool, worsted or hair.
Class 23Worsted...Yarns and threads; all made of wool, worsted or hair...Yarns and threads, all made from silk...Yarns and threads, all made from silk...Yarns and threads, all made of jute...Yarns and threads, all made of linen or hemp.
Class 24Drugget...Bed covers and coverlets; table covers; felt in the piece; quilts; all made from wool, worsted or hair...Textile piece goods; bed covers and coverlets; table covers; all made of wool, worsted or hair...Mosquito nets...Elastic india-rubber webbing...Bed covers and coverlets; table covers; textile piece goods; quilts; curtains. ..Textile piece goods made of silk...Textile piece goods made of jute...Bed covers and coverlets; table covers and coverlets; textile articles; curtains; all made from linen or hemp. Textile piece goods made of linen or hemp; ramie piece goods.
Class 25Articles of clothing...Boot laces and boot welts; shoe laces and shoe welts; soles and uppers for footwear; all made from leather...Bath gloves..Heel-tips; heel pads; heel protectors; soles for footware; all made from rubber or gutta percha...Protectors for boots and shoes, all made from common metal.
Class 26Frills for clothing...Lace; embroidery; ribbons; braid; all made from wool, worsted or hair....Lace, embroidery, ribbons and braids, all made from wool, worsted or hair...Beads and trimmings made of glass...Lace embroidery; ribbons and braid; all made of silk...Lace; embroidery; ribbons and braid, all made of linen or hemp...Pins and needles; hooks and fastenings devices for clothing other than buttons; bale studs; thimbles; belt clasps; bodkins; clasps; collar studs; collar supports; corset busks; shields and stiffeners; crochet hooks; hair curle rs; hair pins and wavers; eyelets; knitting needles; all made from common met al..Feathers.
Class 27Wallpaper; ceiling paper; wall hangings of paper...Carpets, rugs, mats and matting; linoleums; materials for covering floors; oil cloths....Bath mats and door mats, all made from rubber or gutta percha...Bath mats and door mats, all made from rubber or gutta percha...Bath mats made of linen or hemp.
Class 28Natural fishing bait...Christmas tree decorations made of glass..Billiard table cushions; bladders of balls for games all made from rubber or gutta percha...Harpoon guns (sporting articles)...Christmas tree decorations made of china, porcelain or earthenware...Fish hooks; christmas tree decorations; all made from common metal...Ice skates.
Class 29Meat, fish, poultry and game; meat extract; preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies; jams; fruit puree; eggs; milk and milk products; edible oils and fats.
Class 30Coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; rice; tapioca; sago; flour and preparations made from cereals; bread; pastry; confectionery; ices; honey; treacle; salt; mustard; vinegar; sauces; spices; ice....Starch for use in food.
Class 31Seeds; live plants and flowers...Foodstuffs of agricultural, horticultural and forestry origin; grains for food; fresh fruits and vegetables; foodstuffs for animals; malt..Rough cork; coconut fibre; seeds for use in manufacture; sugar cane.
Class 32Mineral and aerated waters; non-alcoholic beverages...Beer; ale; porter; de-alcoholized beverages...Beverages and preparations for making beverages; fruit juices, fruit syrups and fruit drinks; but not including medicated or aerated goods.
Class 33Wines; spirits; liqueurs; cider and perry.
Class 34Tobacco, raw or manufactured...Cigar cases; cigarette cases; tobacco pouches; allmade from leather...Smokers articles made of glass...Matches...Smoker's articles all made from rubber or gutta percha...Cigarette papers; cigarette paper tubes and cigarette filter tips....Smokers' articles made of china, porcelain or earthenware...Metal match boxes.
Names and addresses
ProprietorBritish Standards Institution
389 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 4AL
Incorporated CountryGreat Britain
Residence CountryGreat Britain
Customers RefJ007978TMI
ADP Number0010661001
AgentMarks & Clerk LLP
Alpha Tower, Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 1TT
ADP Number0000018002
ServiceMarks & Clerk LLP
Alpha Tower, Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 1TT
ADP Number0000018002