I see it as colour, colour, black, black, colour.
If the colour is brown it's 110 ohms. if it's red that makes it 220 ohms.
Even though I think it looks more red than brown, I'll go for brown because 1% resistors are more common than 2% resistors. (also because 220 is not a valid E48 (2%) value -- which is not to say you won't find it)
Read the other way, 1k would be reasonable.
The band I have placed to the right appears thinner, so I am calling that the tolerance band.
Yep, this is one I'd measure with my multimeter
edit: looking at it again. brown, brown, black, black, red is also a possibility