Like the 1913 and 1915 Half Dollars, the 1914 has an inflated total population because of the scarcity and popularity of circulated examples. If one looked only at their total populations, one might conclude that they are among the most common Barber Half Doillars. However, all three are scarce in Unc., as their low mintages might imply. They all share similar bell curves in their Mint State populations, with the peak occurring at MS64, but, of the three, the 1914 is the most common overall in Mint State. Gem 1914 Half Dollars are very rare, expecially above MS65. None have been graded above MS66 except for the Shepherd-Duckor-Gardner PCGS MS66+.