Trademark class 2

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Trademark class 2: Treatment of Material Paints; against rust and against deterioration of wood; Colorants, dyes; Inks for printing, marking and engraving; Raw natural resins; Metals in foil and powder form for use in painting, decorating, printing and arts


Alizarine dyes

Aluminium paints

Aluminium powder for painting

Aniline dyes

Annotto [dyestuff]

Anti-corrosive bands

Anti-corrosive preparations

Anti-fouling paints

Anti-graffiti coatings [paints]

Anti-rust greases

Anti-rust oils

Anti-rust preparations

Anti-tarnishing preparations for metals

Anti-urine paints

Asbestos paints

Auramine

Bactericidal paints

Badigeon

Binding preparations for paints

Bitumen varnish

Black japan

Bronze powder for painting

Bronzing lacquers

Canada balsam

Caramel [food colouring]

Carbon black [pigment]

Carbonyl for wood preservation

Ceramic paints

Coatings for roofing felt [paints]

Coatings [paints]

Cobalt oxide [colorant]

Cochineal carmine

Colophony

Colorants

Colorants for the restoration of furniture in the form of markers

Colourings for beer

Colourings for beverages

Colourings for butter

Colourings for liqueurs

Conductive inks

Conductive paints

Copal

Copal varnish

Creosote for wood preservation

Distempers

Dyes

Dyestuffs

Dyewood

Dyewood extracts

Edible ink cartridges, filled, for printers

Edible inks

Enamels for painting

Enamels [varnishes]

Engraving ink

Fireproof paints

Fixatives for watercolours

Fixatives [varnishes]

Food colouring

Gamboge for painting

Glazes [paints, lacquers]

Glitter for use in paint

Gum-lac

Gum resins

Indigo [colorant]

Ink cartridges, filled, for printers and photocopiers

Ink for leather

Ink for printers and photocopiers

Lacquers

Lamp black [pigment]

Lime wash

Malt caramel [food colouring]

Malt colorants

Marking ink for animals

Mastic [natural resin]

Metal foil for use in painting, decorating, printing and art

Metals in powder form for use in painting, decorating, printing and art

Mordants

Natural resins, raw

Oil paints for use in art

Oils for the preservation of wood

Orange lead

Paints

Paper for dyeing Easter eggs

Pigments

Primers

Printers' pastes [ink]

Printing ink

Protective preparations for metals

Red lead

Repositionable paint patches

Saffron [colorant]

Sandarac

Shoe dyes

Siccatives [drying agents] for paints

Sienna earth

Silver emulsions [pigments]

Silver paste

Silvering powders

Soot [colorant]

Stains for leather

Sumac for varnishes

Tattooing ink

Thickeners for paints

Thinners for lacquers

Thinners for paints

Titanium dioxide [pigment]

Toner cartridges, filled, for printers and photocopiers

Toner for printers and photocopiers

Turmeric [colorant]

Turpentine [thinner for paints]

Undercoating for vehicle chassis

Varnishes

Watercolour paints for use in art

White lead

Whitewash

Wood coatings [paints]

Wood floor finishes

Wood mordants

Wood preservatives

Wood stains

Yellowwood [colorant]

Zinc oxide [pigment]



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