Articles liable to compete with national industry.
Articles of silk. Chessboards.
Children toys except sports goods.
Literature, publications, other articles prejudicial to public order or offensive to religion or morality.
Tapestries and lace.
Extravagant clothes and other articles contrary to Albanians' taste.
Items sent by political emigres.
Literature, publications, and other articles prejudicial to the State public order.
Household articles made of tin.
Used clothing, accessories, blankets, linen, textile furnishings, footwear and headwear.
Watches and clocks.
Goods produced wholly or partly in prisons or by convict labor.
Coins; banknotes; currency notes (paper money); securities payable to bearer; traveler's checks; manufactured and unmanufactured platinum, gold, silver; precious stones; jewels; expensive jewelry; and other valuable articles.
Commercial tags of metal.
Oleomargarine and other butter substitutes, including altered or renovated butter.
Plumage and skins of wild birds.
Prison-made goods being sold or intended for sale by a person or firm.
Reprints of Canadian or British works copyrighted in Canada.
Reproductions of Canadian postage stamps unless printed in publications in black and white only and with a defacing line drawn across each reproduction.
Used or secondhand hives or bee supplies.
Manuscripts, printed matter, photographic negatives, gramophone recordsMeat and meat products.
Used clothing and bedding.
Wrist-watchesCuba Musical letters or cards that play a sound recording when opened.
Postcards of private manufacture having illustrated designs not previously approved by the Cyprus Post Office.
Dried or powdered milk, and food mixtures containing it.
Roulette games and other gambling devices.
Measuring instruments marked in units not complying with French law.
laying cards, except in complete decks properly wrapped.
Toys made of lead.
Indonesia Books and periodicals printed in any Indonesian language and published outside of Indonesia, except educational books approved by the Indonesian Department of Commerce.
Cloth and batik designs and sarongs.
Used articles including clothing.
Hay, straw, including articles made of straw.
Israel Agricultural tools and accessories.
Blank invoices with headings.
Games of chance.
Spices exceeding 1 kg. Used beehives.
Albums of any kind (of photographs, postcards, postage stamps, etc.).
Artificial flowers and fruits and accessories for them.
Bells and other musical instruments and parts thereof.
Clocks and supplies for clocks.
Footwear of any kind.
Haberdashery and sewn articles of any kind, including trimmings and lace; handkerchiefs; scarves; shawls, needlework including stockings and gloves; bonnets, caps, and hats of any kind.
Hair and articles made of hair.
Nutmeg, vanilla; sea salt, rock salt; saffron.
Perfumery goods of all kinds (except soap).Playing cards of any kind. Salted, smoked or otherwise prepared meats; fats; and lard. Tobacco.
Toys not made wholly of wood.
Magazines or other printed matter containing illustrations of nude or partly nude human figures.
Communist material or literature.
Stocking and socks except those made of jersey.
Suitcases; leather bags. Wool blankets.
Artificial flowers and interior ornaments.
Ceramic products and imitation jewelry.
Clothing, accessories, and underwear.
Footwear, shoes, boots, and accessories.
Furs and clothing made of fur.
Gloves and hosiery.
Household articles of iron, steel, copper, and aluminum.
Perfume products or soaps.
Textiles and carpets.
Toys and dolls of all kinds.
Travel articles, suitcases, attache cases, kits, or similar articles.
Waxes and creams for shoes.
Paper and writing products (envelopes, ink, pencils, pens, erasers, chalk, etc.).
Sweden, Switzerland, and Portugal
Lottery tickets and advertisements concerning lotteries.
Goods made in foreign prisons, except those imported for a non-commercial purpose or of a kind not manufactured in the UK.
Horror comics and matrices.
Products made from non-Vietnamese tobacco.
Used clothing, blankets, mosquito nets, and shoes.