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4902.0 - Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications, 2001
Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/08/2001
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Chapter 3. The Product Classification
Detailed Product Classification
>> 19 Toys and games and fairground amusements
Dolls' carriages and wheeled toys designed to be ridden by children
- bicycles for road use (included in Class 1707).
Dolls representing human beings, their parts and accessories; and toys representing animals or non-human creatures
Toy electric trains and tracks, signals and other related accessories; and reduced-size ('scale') model assembly kits and other construction sets and constructional toys
Puzzles and other toys
- toy musical instruments.
Video games of a kind used with a television receiver
Recorded media for computer games and other electronic games
Poker machines and other coin or disc operated games
- video games of a kind used with a television receiver (included in Class 1906).
Other articles for funfair, table or parlour games
- special tables for casino games.
- automatic bowling alley equipment and articles for ten-pin bowling (included in Class 1626);
- billiard articles and accessories (included in Class 1626); and
- darts and dartboards (included in Class 1626).
Fairground amusements such as merry-go-rounds, swings and shooting galleries
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