It's about 3,500 times as heavy as a Playing Card
In other words, the weight of a Playing Card is 0.00029 times 14 pounds.(ISO 216 B8 size, 2.5" x 3.5")
A single ISO 216 B8-size playing card weighs 0.004 pounds. Although this size is the most common home playing card, many casinos use "bridge size" cards — 2,640 sq. mm (4.036 sq. in) smaller in area.
It's about 4,500 times as heavy as a Paper Clip
In other words, the weight of a Paper Clip is 0.00022 times 14 pounds.(average)
Notwithstanding the tremendous variation in sizes and materials, a typical paperclip weighs about 0.0031 pounds. The country of Norway has used the paper clip as something of a national symbol since the end of World War II based on the erroneous notion that the paperclip was invented by a Norwegian, Johan Vaaler. However, the paperclip had already been in existence for at least 30 years by the time of Vaaler patented his paperclip design.
It's about 6,000 times as heavy as a Jelly Bean
In other words, 14 pounds is 5,800 times the weight of a Jelly Bean, and the weight of a Jelly Bean is 0.00017 times that amount.(for Jelly Belly beans; approximate)
Made of sugar, corn syrup, and pectin, a single jelly bean weighs about 0.0025 pounds. President Ronald Reagan cited jelly beans as his favorite candy and 7,000 lbs of the candies were served at his first inauguration in 1981.
It's about 8,000 times as heavy as a Nail
It's about one-ten-thousandth as heavy as The Space Shuttle
In other words, the weight of The Space Shuttle is 11,000 times 14 pounds.(for Endeavour, a.k.a. OV-105, a.k.a. Orbiter Vehicle-105) (empty weight, excluding main engines)
When empty, the space shuttle Endeavour weighs 160,000 pounds. The shuttle's spacious cargo bay carried the Chandra X-ray Observatory into orbit in 1999 — a payload that weighed 44,000 pounds.
It's about one-fifteen-thousandth as heavy as a Blue Whale
It's about one-twenty-five-thousandth as heavy as a House
In other words, the weight of a House is 24,600 times 14 pounds.(149 sq. m, single-level, unfurnished)
A 149 sq. m (1,600 sq. ft), single-story, unfurnished house (without extensive masonry) of the type commonly found in America would weigh approximately 344,000 pounds, based on the weight of the included materials. In contrast, a yurt — a type of dwelling structure popular among nomadic peoples of East Asia — typically weighs less than 1,010 pounds.