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CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE

CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE logo

On 9/29/1999, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. This trademark is owned by British Century Designs Ltd.,
106 Roberts Ln #100
Alexandria , 22314. The USPTO has given the CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE trademark serial number of 75790594.

Word Mark: CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
Filing Date: 9/29/1999
Goods and Services: English Styled Antique Reproduction Wood Furniture
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Latest Owner: British Century Designs Ltd.

106 Roberts Ln #100
Alexandria , 22314
Correspondent: British Century Designs Ltd.
9824 Sweet Mint Drive #RK-01Vienna VA 221811
Related Tags: English Styled Antique Reproduction Wood Furniture
US Class Code(s): 002, 013, 022, 025, 032, 050
Primary Class: Furniture, mirrors, picture frames; goods (not included in other classes) of wood, cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl, meerschaum and substitutes for all these materials, or of plastics.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: NOT PROVIDED
Information: You are viewing the CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE logo. The name CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE is registered as a TradeMark by the company British Century Designs Ltd.. This company is located on:
106 Roberts Ln #100
Alexandria , 22314.
CELEBRATING 300 YEARS OF FURNITURE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT & A BRITISH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE sells goods and services of English Styled Antique Reproduction Wood Furniture. This logo and TradeMark was filed on September 29, 1999 and was first used on January 01, 1970.