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International Classification of Goods Below are the Class Numbers and Class Titles used in the International Classification of Goods to identify goods that are being produced in association with a trademark. The International Classification of Goods includes, but is not limited to, the following items:

Class Number 1: Chemicals
Items such as acetone; boric acid; artificial sweeteners; antifreeze; bone meal fertilizer; alcohol for use in manufacture of paints and perfumes; ammonia for industrial purposes; adhesives for hobbyist, building industry, and wall coverings.
Class Number 2: Paints
Items such as clear and pigmented coatings used in the nature of paint; binding agents for paints; anti-rust greases and oils; coatings for carved pumpkins, cut flowers and Christmas trees to preserve freshness.
Class Number 3: Cosmetics and Cleaning Preparations
Items such as lip gloss; mascara; shaving cream; soaps; lotions; chemical peels; sunscreen; deodorant; toothpaste; hair shampoos; polishes for shoes, leather, floors, and furniture; paint remover; sandpaper; perfumes; potpourri; pet odor and stain removers; dish and laundry detergents.
Class Number 4: Lubricants and Fuels
Items such as natural and compressed gas; gasoline; diesel and ethanol fuels; crude oil; candles; charcoal briquettes; kindling wood; fireplace logs; gear and engine oils.
Class Number 5: Pharmaceuticals
Items such as acne and headache medications; cough drops and expectorants; callus creams; adhesive bandages; contact lens solutions; contraceptive foams; air deodorizer; breads or cakes that are gluten-free to accommodate medical conditions.
Class Number 6: Metal Goods
Items such as cast iron; iron; bronze; steel; aluminum and metal alloys; solder; handcuffs; aluminum foil and siding; galvanized steel sheets; architectural metalwork; anchors; metal key rings; awnings; beverage cans; buckles; and fireplace grates.
Class Number 7: Machinery
Items such as hydraulic conveyors; lifting installations to transport people and goods; machine parts namely, grindstones, bearings, bushings, and flexible shaft couplings; tile saws; power-operated grass/weed trimmers; riding lawn mowers; chain saws.
Class Number 8: Hand Tools
Items such as axes; hammers; bits for hand drills; crowbars; caulking guns; carpet knives; cutting pliers; ear piercing apparatus; tattooing apparatus; apple corers; eyelash curlers; biodegradable cutlery, i.e. knives, forks and spoons; blades for electric hair clippers, razors and trimmers; embroidery scissors.
Class Number 9: Electrical and Scientific Apparatus
Items such as electrical door bells; irons; control panels; cords; coils; conductors; door openers and closers; light dimmers and light switches.
Class Number 10: Medical Apparatus
Items such as needles for injections; MRI diagnostic apparatus; prostheses; nasal aspirators; oxygen monitors; nursing bottles; ocular implants; operating tables; orthodontic appliances; orthopedic soles; patient stretchers.
Class Number 11: Environmental Control Apparatus
Items such as lamps; acetylene burners, flares and generators; agricultural irrigation units; air conditioners; central heating radiators; baking ovens; barbecue grills; clothes dryers; bathtubs; bicycle lights and reflectors.
Class Number 12: Vehicles
Items such as clutch mechanisms for motor cars; dashboards; disc brake pads; diesel engines for land vehicles; bicycle headsets; concrete mixing trucks; convertible tops for vehicles; custom leather interiors for vehicles; dollies; electric cars.
Class Number 13: Firearms
Items such as bullets; gun and rifle cases; mortars; fuses; fireworks and firecrackers; fog signal explosives; firearm mounts to attach telescopic sights and night vision devices.
Class Number 14: Jewelry
Items such as jewelry and imitation jewelry; pearls; platinum; alarm clocks; straps for wristwatches; pet jewelry; items made of precious metal (specify item); nutcrackers, sugar bowls, salt shakers, holders, and napkin rings made of precious metal.
Class Number 15: Musical Instruments
Items such as guitars; xylophones; steel drums; flutes; violins; ukuleles; skins for drums; musical instrument stands, rattles, gongs and strings; musical chimes.
Class Number 16: Paper Goods and Printed Matter
Items such as paper bags, napkins and table cloths; notebooks; party decorations; ball point pens; blackboard erasers; paint brushes; address books and labels; book ends; transfers (indicate type, e.g., iron-on, plastic)
Class Number 17: Rubber Goods
Items such as rubber used to manufacture (indicate item, e.g., tires, cable, paper); residential fiberglass insulation; reflective tape for use in (indicate field of use); adhesive sealants for use in roofing; asbestos clothing for protection against fire.
Class Number 18: Leather Goods
Items such as animal skins and hides; leather handbags, wallets, shoes and furniture; briefcases; beach umbrellas; imitation leather bags; horseshoes; bits and harnesses for animals.
Class Number 19: Non-metallic Building Materials
Items such as plywood; plaster; adhesive mortar; sand bags; PVC roofing membrane; roofing cement; polyethylene board material used as a wood substitute; spackling compound; play sand; ready to use concrete.
Class Number 20: Furniture and Articles not Otherwise Classified
Items such as armchairs; armoires; writing desks; cast stone household and garden furniture; advertising balloons; baby bolsters and walkers; air mattresses for camping; animal horns, teeth and antlers; school furniture.
Class Number 21: Housewares and Glass
Items such as works of art (indicate china, crystal, earthenware, glass, porcelain, terra cotta); cookware (not toys); piggy banks; work gloves; baby trainers [chamber pots]; wood chopping boards for kitchen use; sprayer nozzles for garden hoses; stained glass [decoration]; terrariums for plants.
Class Number 22: Cordage and Fibers
Items such as raw cotton and wool; silk fibers and netting; polyester fibers and batting; marine sails; nylon weed trimmer line; mountaineering rope; protective liners of vinyl for hot tubs, swimming pools and spas; plastic ties for home or garden use.
Class Number 23: Yarns and Threads
Items such as angora, camel hair, and chenille yarn; coir, cotton, and flax thread and yarn; covered rubber thread and yarn [for textile use]; elastic thread; embroidery thread, yarn and floss; fiberglass thread; hand spun silk yarn.
Class Number 24: Fabrics
Items such as natural and synthetic fabrics and textiles, namely, cotton, silk, polyester and nylon fabrics; cashmere fabric and blankets; canvas for tapestry or embroidery; non-woven fabrics and felts; oil cloths; cheese cloth; oven mitts; paper bed covers.
Class Number 25: Clothing:
Items such as blazers; blouses; bathing suits; aprons; adhesive bras; belts; athletic apparel, namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear and caps; bicycle gloves; baby bunting; soles for footwear; textile diapers; novelty headwear with attached wigs; nursing apparel (indicate specific items); pedicure sandals; hosiery; insoles; layettes; paper shoes used when going through metal detectors.
Class Number 26: Fancy Goods
Items such as artificial flowers and fruit; barrettes; bows for gift wrapping; beads for handicraft work; embroidery needles; fabric appliqués; aluminum foil sheets for hair frosting; child restraining devices in the nature of cloth child harness for household chair.
Class Number 27: Floor Coverings
Items such as carpets, rugs, mats and matting; wallpapers; linoleum; vinyl floor and wall coverings; tapestry-style wall hangings, not of textile; synthetic lawns; paper bath mats; gymnasium exercise mats; hard surface coverings for floors.
Class Number 28: Toys and Sporting Goods
Items such as puzzles; puppets; exercise machines; rocking horses; fishing rods; ski bags; carnival masks; wrist and ankle weights for exercise; balls for sports; golf clubs; greeting cards; note cards; business cards; racquet ball nets; chest protectors for sports; toy model hobby-craft kits.
Class Number 29: Meats and Processed Foods
Items such as peanut butter; olive oil; jellies and jams; meat; fish; poultry and game; evaporated milk; dried fruit and vegetables; fruit and soy based snack food.
Class Number 30: Staple Foods
Items such as mayonnaise; horseradish; ketchup; allspice; nutmeg; sugar and sugar substitutes; table salt; table syrup; noodles; pizza; oatmeal; hominy grits; popcorn; matzo balls; ice-cream; instant tea; pie crusts; pita bread; pancake mixes.
Class Number 31: Natural Agricultural Products
Items such as plant seeds; mulch; synthetic animal feed; lawn/turf; pet food; flower bulbs; kitty litter; sugar cane; oysters [live]; nutritional additives for animal foodstuffs (not for medical purposes); malt for brewing and distilling; live baits; live flowering plants; live animals, including laboratory animals.
Class Number 32: Light Beverages
Items such as soft drinks; table water; syrups for making beverages; mineral water; mixed fruit juice; non-alcoholic beer; malt liquor [beer or ale]; hop extracts for manufacturing beer.
Class Number 33: Wine and Spirits
Items such as alcoholic beverages except beers; alcoholic cocktail mixes; coffee-based beverages; punch; egg nog; energy drinks; liqueurs; table wine; natural and sparkling wines; port wines; hard cider; kits for making wine; cooking brandy.
Class Number 34: Smokers’ Articles
Items such as pipe tobacco; pouches; tampers; cigarette lighters [not for automobiles]; matches; flints for lighters; cigarette cases; ashtrays; chewing tobacco; snuff; cigarette-rolling machines.
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