This page explains what makes an acceptable specimen for a trademark application.
“Trademarks” are a name or designation used to distinguish the source of goods. A “service mark” is the same thing but for services. The word “trademark” is often used interchangeably with “service mark.”
For service mark specimens, read here.
Service marks and trademarks have different specimen requirements.
Classes for Goods: 1-34
Classes for Services: 35-45
A trademark is generally used either on goods or on a display at a point of sale. A point of sale can be a website, storefront, or a print catalog with order information.
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