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The State Hermitage Museum | Date: 1999-08-12

BADGES; BELT BUCKLES; BRACELETS; BROOCHES; CANDLE STICKS; CASES FOR BUSINESS CARDS, CIGARETTES, WATCHES; JEWELRY CHAINS-- CIGARETTE LIGHTERS; MONEY CLIPS; CUFF LINKS; EARRINGS; ID BRACELETS; JEWELRY; LAPEL PINS; NECKLACES; PENDANTS; JEWELRY PINS; RINGS; AND TIE CLIPS, ALL MADE OF PRECIOUS METALS; CLOCKS; AND WATCHES,.


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The State Hermitage Museum | Date: 2005-12-13

Data carriers and recording discs, namely pre-recorded compact discs, floppy discs, CD ROMs and audio and video tapes featuring music, video documentaries in the field of art and multimedia presentations in the field of art and art history; computer software for use in showing interactive tours of museums and various images and information relating to the museums collection in the fields of art, history and education; barometers. Jewelry, replicas and reproductions of real jewelry made of precious metals and their alloys and souvenir cups and picture frames made of precious metals; jewelry, replicas and reproductions of jewelry in precious metals or coated therewith, jewelry made of precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments, namely, watches and clocks. Paper, namely, printed papers, namely newspapers, magazines, brochures, postcards and writing paper, cardboard; desk and gift items made of paper namely bookmarkers, calendars, agendas; printed matter, namely, photo books, reading books and history books; leather book covers; catalogues in the field of art; artists materials, namely, art paper, craft paper and crepe paper; canvas for painting, card stock and mounting board; paint brushes; instructional and teaching material manuals in the field of art and art history; desk sets; stationery; book marks made of leather and imitations of leather. Leather goods and accessories, namely, boxes, purses, wallets, key rings; animal skins and hides; luggage trunks and travelling bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks. Furniture namely tables, chairs and chests; mirrors; picture frames; replicas, reproductions of furniture namely tables, chairs and chests, small boxes made of wood; picture frames, small decorative goods namely, busts made of cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whale bone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl, meerschaum and substitutes for all of these materials, or of plastics; cushions; leather picture frames. Household or kitchen utensils, namely, pots and pans and containers not of precious metal; hair combs and brushes; brush-making materials namely animal bristles; articles for cleaning purposes, namely, cleaning cloths and steel wool; un-worked or semi-worked glass, namely, glass reproductions of artwork and decorative items of glass, sculptures of glass, figures of glass, boxes of glass, bowls, and drawer pulls of glass, plates, jugs, vases, beverage glasses, beverage and decorative glassware; tabletop vases, bowls, jugs; porcelain and earthenware eggs, door knobs, sculptures, vases and statues. Textiles, namely, bed linens, duvet covers, valences, pillow cases; table cloths, napkins and table runners; curtains; covers for cushions; tapestries; printed canvas reproductions and replicas of tapestries and artwork; non-paper tablemats. Clothing, namely, scarves, ties, neckwear, shirts, T-shirts, sweat shirts, polo shirts, fleece sweaters, jumpers, cardigans, waistcoats, rain trousers, coats and capes; socks; footwear, namely, felt slippers; headgear, namely, caps and hats. Coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; chicory based coffee substitute; flour; biscuits; confectionery, namely, chocolates, fudge and sugar based confectionery products; flavored ices; condiments namely ketchup, hot sauce; honey; mustard; vinegar; sauces; spices; ice. Museums; organization of exhibitions for cultural or educational activities; publishing of books and catalogues.


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The State Hermitage Museum | Date: 2005-11-22

Data carriers and recording discs, namely pre-recorded compact discs, floppy discs, CD ROMs and audio and video tapes featuring music, video documentaries in the field of art and multimedia presentations in the field of art and art history; computer software for use in showing interactive tours of museums and various images and information relating to the museums collection in the fields of art, history and education; barometers. Jewelry, replicas and reproductions of real jewelry made of precious metals and their alloys and souvenir cups and picture frames made of precious metals; jewelry, replicas and reproductions of jewelry in precious metals or coated therewith, jewelry made of precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments, namely, watches and clocks. Paper, namely, printed papers, namely newspapers, magazines, brochures, postcards and writing paper, cardboard; desk and gift items made of paper namely bookmarkers, calendars, agendas; printed matter, namely, photo books, reading books and history books; leather book covers; catalogues in the field of art; artists materials, namely, art paper, craft paper and crepe paper; canvas for painting, card stock and mounting board; paint brushes; instructional and teaching material manuals in the field of art and art history; desk sets; stationery; book marks made of leather and imitations of leather. Leather goods and accessories, namely, boxes, purses, wallets, key rings; animal skins and hides; luggage trunks and travelling bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks. Furniture namely tables, chairs and chests; mirrors; picture frames; replicas, reproductions of furniture namely tables, chairs and chests, small boxes made of wood; picture frames, small decorative goods namely, busts made of cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whale bone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl, meerschaum and substitutes for all of these materials, or of plastics; cushions; leather picture frames. Household or kitchen utensils, namely, pots and pans and containers not of precious metal; hair combs and brushes; brush-making materials namely animal bristles; articles for cleaning purposes, namely, cleaning cloths and steel wool; un-worked or semi-worked glass, namely, glass reproductions of artwork and decorative items of glass, sculptures of glass, figures of glass, boxes of glass, bowls, and drawer pulls of glass, plates, jugs, vases, beverage glasses, beverage and decorative glassware; tabletop vases, bowls, jugs; porcelain and earthenware eggs, door knobs, sculptures, vases and statues. Textiles, namely, bed linens, duvet covers, valences, pillow cases; table cloths, napkins and table runners; curtains; covers for cushions; tapestries; printed canvas reproductions and replicas of tapestries and artwork; non-paper tablemats. Clothing, namely, scarves, ties, neckwear, shirts, T-shirts, sweat shirts, polo shirts, fleece sweaters, jumpers, cardigans, waistcoats, rain trousers, coats and capes; socks; footwear, namely, felt slippers; headgear, namely, caps and hats. Coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; chicory based coffee substitute; flour; biscuits; confectionery, namely, chocolates, fudge and sugar based confectionery products; flavored ices; condiments namely ketchup, hot sauce; honey; mustard; vinegar; sauces; spices; ice. Museums; organization of exhibitions for cultural or educational activities; publishing of books and catalogues.


Trademark
The State Hermitage Museum | Date: 1999-01-15

PRECIOUS METAL; BELT BUCKLES OF PRECIOUS METAL; BRACELETS OF PRECIOUS METAL; CANDLESTICKS OF PRECIOUS METAL; CIGARETTE LIGHTERS AND CASES OF PRECIOUS METAL; WATCHES; JEWELRY CHAINS; MONEY CLIPS OF PRECIOUS METAL; CUFF LINKS; EARRINGS; ID BRACELETS OF PRECIOUS METAL; JEWELRY LAPEL PINS; NECKLACES; PENDANTS; JEWELRY PINS; RINGS; TIE CLIPS; AND CLOCKS.


Kulkova M.,Herzen State Pedagogical University | Mazurkevich A.,The State Hermitage Museum | Dolbunova E.,The State Hermitage Museum | Regert M.,CNRS Prehistoric, Antique and Middle Age Studies | And 3 more authors.
Radiocarbon | Year: 2015

Radiocarbon dating and research into offset correction for freshwater reservoir effect were conducted at the pile-dwelling site Serteya II, located in the Dvina-Lovat’ basin (northwestern Russia). Cultural layers of this site are situated underwater, hence the unique state of preservation of material culture of the 3rd millennium cal BC.14C dating of different organic materials [wood, hazelnut (Corylus avellana), and elk bones] from this site allows their ages to be correlated and14C age offsets caused by freshwater reservoir effects (hardwater effects) in the dating of materials such as organic crust, pottery, bones, and lake sediments to be estimated. Consideration of the late Neolithic subsistence strategy underpinning the archaeological finds from this site and analysis of lipid components in ceramic vessels, as well as the determination of14C activity of modern aquatic and terrestrial samples, allows us to calculate the local freshwater reservoir effect and14C age offset for charred food crusts from different ceramic vessels more precisely. © 2015 by the Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of the University of Arizona. Source

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