I see one nice stamp, plus a couple of possibles. I won't spoil it for the rest since you know that I spotted it right away. It is fairly nondescript, except for that one stamp depending on whether it is up or down.
revencollector, I myself spy a R226. Image to small the tell if it is a cut cancel or not. A cut cancel to me on piece with an R226 sound interesting. If it was on a complete document/instrument, then very, and more very interesting.
Revcollector, it is a R226, easy to tell as the serial number on R266's are thinner and taller than R249.
I saw the suspected either R159 or R160, in my way of special viewing of the image, I really cannot make out whether it is either of the R159 or R160 at all, so I'd have to say, I really can't tell. There is some red there, but not enough to call it for me.
Revenuecollector, red or orange always appears the same to me. You say from the image above it is a R249, to me the serial numbers in the above image are blue. So then if the serial numbers are orange or red and not blue, then what would be the right and proper catalog number. Therefore if the serial numbers are blue, then what would the right and proper catalog number be?