The 1805 Overton 114 is one of the rarest of all early Half Dollar varities. Only two examples are known, and the second was discovered long ago in 1987 by Pichard Pugh. Hundreds of collectors covet this variety and look to the 1987 cherry-pick as inspiration for their continued search.
1805 Overton 114 shares an obverse with Overton 107. Both show a very small 5 in the date, apparently the same punch as the one used on the Quarter Dollar. This makes the variety easy to identify: look for the small five, and if the reverse has only four berries in the olive branch, you have a winner.
The two examples of the 1805 Overton 114 Half Dollar are roughly equal in grade, and both are rated as VG-10 to F-12 (depending on which expert or auction catalog is being consulted).
The last auction appearance of an 1805 Overton 114 Half Dollar was in 1992, when the Pugh coin sold for $15,400. Today, its value would be considerably higher.