Texas Precious Metals' Trademarks

Texas Precious Metals Logo®

Texas Icon®

Texas Silver Round®

doing business the texas way!

doing business the texas way!®

Trademarks

A trademark is a symbol, word, or words legally registered or established by use as representing a company or product. It can also be the appearance of a product or its packaging, including its shapes, sizes, colors, and textures, this page demonstrates a non-exhaustive list of Texas Precious Metals' trademarks and service marks.

When using the marks for distribution in the United States , include the appropriate ® or ™ symbol for the initial use. For publications distributed outside the United States, do not include these trademark symbols. Instead, use the appropriate trademarks attribution notice, for example: the Texas Precious Metals logo, slogan, and Texas icon are trademarks of Texas Precious Metals, registered in the United States and other countries.

For more information on how to use Texas Precious Metals' trademarks, please contact us.

The absence of a product, name or log on this page does not constitute a waiver of Texas Precious Metals' trademark or other intellectual property rights concerning that logo or name.

Other texas precious metals product and services names

If a product or service name is not listed on the page under Texas Precious Metals' trademarks or Texas Precious Metals' service marks, it should not be followed by ® or ™ notation and should not be included in credit lines. However, if a product or service name includes a mark listed on his page, do apply the appropriate trademark symbol (® or ™) to that portion of the name for United States publications. Additionally, all Texas Precious Metals' trademarks must be given the correct attribution in the credit section of all international and United states publications.

Example:
The Texas Silver Round® is an exclusive product of Texas Precious Metals®, a company that prides itself in “Doing Business the Texas Way”® The Texas Logo and slogan are trademarks of Texas Precious Metals, registered in the United States and other countries.

This page was last updated October 15, 2013.


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