Local Classifications

In Iraq, classes are subdivided and the wording the list of goods to be included in the application must be in conformity with the local classification.

Class 1

A. Chemicals and adhesive substances used in industry, science and photography. Unprocessed artificial resins, unprocessed plastics
B. Chemical products used in agriculture, horticulture, forestry; natural and artificial manure.
C. Fire extinguishing compositions
D. Substances for tempering and soldering metal
E. Chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs
F. Tanning substances.


Class 2

a) Paints, varnishes, lacquers; preservative for paints and against deterioration of wood; coloring matters and dyestuff; mordant.
b) Natural resins.
c) Preservative against rust.
d) Metal in foil and powder form for painters and decorators and artists


Class 3

a) Preparations and substances for bleaching and laundry use; soaps. 
b) Polishing and abrasive; scouring and cleaning preparations.
c) Perfumery and essential oils; cosmetics; hair lotions.
d) Dentifrice


Class 4

a) Industrial oils and greases (other than edible oils and fats and essential oils); lubricants.
b) Fuels (including motor spirit) and illuminant.
c) Dust laying and absorbing and wetting and binding compositions.
d) Candles, tapers, night-lights and wick.


Class 5

a) Pharmaceutical and veterinary preparations and sanitary preparations for medical purposes.
b) Dietetic substances adapted for medical use, foods for babies, infants and invalids
c) Plasters (medical and surgical).
d) Material for bandaging (medical and surgical).
e) Material for stopping and filling teeth; dental wax.
f) Disinfectants; preparations for killing weeds herbicides, fungicides and destroying vermin.


Class 6

a) Ores, unwrought and partly wrought common metals and their alloys.
b) Anchors.
c) Anvils.
d) Bells.
e) Rolled and cast building materials; transportable buildings of metal; rails and other metallic materials for railway tracks.
f) Chains (except driving chains for vehicles).
g) Cables and wires of common metal (non-electric).
h) Locks and keys; safes and cash boxes.
i) Horse shoes.
j) Nails and screws; ironmongery, small items of metal hardware
k) Metallic pipes and tubes.
l) Other goods in non-precious metals not included in other classes.


Class 7

a) Machines and machine tools; machine couplings and belting.
b) Agricultural machinery.
c) Engines and motors of all kinds (except for land vehicles).

Class 8

a) Hand tools and implements (hand-operated) and razors
b) Cutlery, forks and spoons.
c) Side arms (swords and daggers and the like);


Class 9

a) Scientific, nautical, surveying and electrical apparatus and instruments including wireless, apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity. 
b) Photographic, cinematographic and optical instruments and apparatus; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of Images
c) Weighing, measuring, signaling and checking apparatus and instruments; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus
d) Teaching apparatus and instruments; life saving apparatus and instruments.
e) Talking machines; apparatus and instruments for recording, transmission, broadcasting or reproduction of sound or recording discs  
f) Cash counters and registers; calculating machines; data processing equipment and computers
g) Fire-extinguishing apparatus.
h) Automatic machines; Magnetic data carriers, recording discs


Class 10

a) Surgical, medical, veterinary and dental instruments and apparatus; orthopedic articles; suture materials
b) Artificial limbs, eyes and teeth.

Class 11

a) Installations for lighting.
b) Installations for heating.
c) Installations for steam generating.
d) Installations for cooking.
e) Installations for refrigerating.
f) Installations for drying.
g) Installations for ventilation.
h) Installations for water supply services.
i) Installations for sanitary purposes.

Class 12

a) Vehicles.
b) Apparatus for locomotion by land, water or air (including engines and motors for land vehicles).

Class 13

a) Firearms.
b) Ammunition and projectiles.
c) Fireworks.
d) Explosives.

Class 14

a) Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith (except cutlery, forks and spoons).
b) Jewelry in general and precious stones.
c) horological and other chronometric instruments.

Class 15

a) Musical instruments (other than talking machines and wireless)

Class 16

a) Paper and cardboard and goods made from there, not included in other classes.
b) Printed matter including newspapers, periodicals and books.
c) Bookbinding material.
d) Photographs.
e) Stationery and writing material; adhesives for stationery or household purposes.
f) Artist's materials (other than colors or varnish).
g) Typewriters.
h) Office requisites (other than furniture).
i) Instructional and teaching material (other than apparatus).
j) Playing cards, plastic materials for packaging (not included in other classes)  
k) Printers type and clichés (stereotype).
l) Brushes for painting and coloring.

Class 17

a) Gutta-percha, rubber, gum, and substitutes and articles there from and not included in other classes; plastics in extruded form for use in manufacture. 
b) Materials for packing, stopping and insulating.
c) Asbestos, mica and goods made from these materials and not included in other classes.
d) Flexible pipes, not of metal


Class 18

a) Leather and imitations of leather and articles made from these materials and not included in other classes.
b)  Animal skins and hides.
c) Trunks and traveling bags.
d) Umbrellas, parasols; walking sticks, whips.
e) Harnesses and saddlery.

Class 19

a) Nonmetallic building materials; natural and artificial stone; cement, lime, mortar, plaster and gravel; road-making materials.
b) Asphalt, pitch and bitumen.
c) Transportable buildings (Nonmetallic)
d) Stone statues and monuments. (Nonmetallic)
e) Chimneys.
f) Pipes of earthenware or cement.


Class 20

a) Furniture.
b) Mirrors, pictures frames and the like.
c) Goods (not included in other classes) made of wood, cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone
d) Ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl, meerschaum, celluloid and substitutes for all these materials, or of plastics


Class 21

a) Small utensils and containers not made of precious metals or coated therewith, for household and kitchen use; glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes. steelwool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building);
b) Combs; sponges; brushes not included in class 16; brush-making materials.
c) Materials for cleaning purposes (non-electric).


Class 22

a) Ropes and strings.
b) Tents; awnings; nets; sails; sacks; tarpaulins.
c) Padding and stuffing materials (except for rubber or plastics)
d) Raw fibrous textile materials.


Class 23

a) Yarns, for textile use
b) Threads, for textile use 

Class 24

a) Cotton tissues and piece goods not included in other classes.
b) Woolen tissues and piece goods not included in other classes.
c) Silk tissues and piece goods not included in other classes.
d) Other tissues and piece goods not included in other classes, bed and table covers


Class 25

a) Head wear.
b) Clothing (outer and new).
c) Clothing (inner and new).
d) Used (second hand) clothing.
e) Shoes and stockings.
f) Socks and stockings.


Class 26

a) Lace and embroidery, ribbons and braids; buttons of all descriptions; buckles, hooks and eye.
b) Pins and needles.
c) Artificial flowers.

Class 27

a) Carpets, rugs and mats of all descriptions.
b) Linoleum and other materials for covering floors.
c) Wall hangings (non-textile).


Class 28

a) Games and playthings.
b) Gymnastic and sporting articles not included in other classes
c) Ornaments and decorations for Christmas trees


Class 29

a) Meat, dead fish, dead poultry and dead game; meat extracts.
b) Preserved, frozen, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables, compotes
c) Jellies and jams.
d) Eggs.
e) Milk, sour milk (laban), butter, cheese and other dairy products; Milk-based products
f) Edible oils and fats.
g) Other preserved foodstuffs.
h) Pickles.


Class 30

a) Coffee and coffee substitutes.
b) Tea.
c) Cocoa, beverages (chocolate and cocoa-based)
d) Sugar.
e) Rice.
f) Tapioca.
g) Sago.
h) Flour, preparations made from cereals; bread, biscuits and cakes.
i) Pastry and confectionery.
j) Ices.
k) Honey.
l) Treacle.
m) Yeast, baking powder.
n) Salt.
o) Mustard.
p) Pepper.
q) Vinegar.
r) Spices, flavorings other than essential oils.
s) Ice.
t) Sauces, Dressings for salad, Ketchup, mayonnaise


Class 31

a) Agricultural, horticultural and forestry products and grains not included in other classes.
b) Living animals.
c) Fresh fruits and vegetables.
d) Seeds.
e) Live plants and flowers.
f) Foodstuffs for animals.
g) Malt and the like.


Class 32

a) Beer.
b) Mineral and aerated waters and other nonalcoholic drinks.
c) Syrups and other preparations for making beverages.

Class 33

a) Wines.
b) Alcoholic drinks.
c) Liqueurs


Class 34

a) Raw or manufactured tobacco.
b) Cigarettes.
c) Cigars.
d) Smokers' articles not of precious metals nor coated therewith.
e) Matches.
f) Lighters not of precious metals nor coated therewith
 

Class 35

a) Advertising.
b) Business management; Business administration.
c) Office functions.

Class 36

a) Insurance.
b) Financial affairs.
c) Monetary affairs.
d) Real estate affairs

Class 37

a) Building construction.
b) Repair, maintenance, cleaning, washing and renovation services 
c) Installation services.


Class 38

A) Telecommunications

Class 39

a) Transport.
b) Packaging and storage of goods.
c) Travel arrangement.

Class 40

A) Treatment of materials

Class 41

a) Education.
b) Providing of training.
c) Entertainment.
d) Sporting and cultural activities.

Class 42

a) providing of food and drink.
b) Temporary accommodation.
c) Medical, hygienic and beauty care.
d) Veterinary; agricultural services, horticulture and forestry services.
e) Legal services.
f) Scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto, industrial analysis and research services.
g) Design and development of computer hardware and software.
h) Goods or services that can not be placed in other classes.
I) Security services for the protection of property and individuals; personal and social services rendered by others to meet the needs of individuals

Address:

Mahala 710, Street 20, Building 122 Al-Muthana District, Zayona, Near Maysaloon square, Baghdad, Iraq

P.O. Box: (28361 Al-Dawoodi, Postal Code 12631, Baghdad, Iraq
Telephone: (+964) 7902 153509 Mobile: (+964) 770269 6631
Fax: (+962-6) 5100901
Email: iraq@agip.com
Contact: Ahmad Raghad (Mr.)

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