R and H was a motorcycle produced in 1923, by Hailstones and Ravenhall, of Coventry, who switched their initials to provide the marque name.
The machine was a neat little miniature with a 147cc Villiers two-stroke engine, two-speed Albion gearbox and chain-cum-belt drive. It was simple in design, but a clutch and kickstarter could be added at extra cost.
H and R was a motorcycle produced in 1923 by Hailstones and Ravenhall, of Clay Lane, Coventry.
The company used their initials on a machine that was fitted with a simple 147cc two-stroke Villiers engine with a two-speed Albion gearbox.
By reversing their initials, they sold the same motorcycle under the brand name of R and H.