
It's about as heavy as a Jelly Bean.
(for Jelly Belly beans; approximate)
It's about fourfifths as heavy as a Paper Clip.
In other words, 1,100 miligrams is 0.79 times the weight of a Paper Clip, and the weight of a Paper Clip is 1.3 times that amount.
(average)
It's about oneandtwofifths times as heavy as a Nail.
In other words, the weight of a Nail is 0.71 times 1,100 miligrams.
(for 15gauge, 2inch, finishing nails)
It's about threefifths as heavy as a Playing Card.
In other words, 1,100 miligrams is 0.61 times the weight of a Playing Card, and the weight of a Playing Card is 1.6 times that amount.
(ISO 216 B8 size, 2.5" x 3.5")A single ISO 216 B8size playing card weighs 1,800 miligrams. 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 twofifths as heavy as a Penny.
In other words, 1,100 miligrams is 0.44 times the weight of a Penny, and the weight of a Penny is 2.3 times that amount.
(United States) (formally onecent coin) (Union shield design, 2010present)
It's about onefourth as heavy as a Die (Dice).
In other words, 1,100 miligrams is 0.27 times the weight of a Die (Dice), and the weight of a Die (Dice) is 3.7 times that amount.
(for sixsided, 16 mm, rounded cube)A die, of the size most commonly used in board games and casinos, typically weight 4,100 miligrams. The use of dice and dicelike tools predates written history, with the oldest known examples belonging to a 5,000year old backgammon set uncovered during an archaeological dig in modernday Iran.
It's about onefifth as heavy as a sheet of Paper.
In other words, the weight of a sheet of Paper is 5 times 1,100 miligrams.
(for US Letter, a.k.a. ANSI A; 215.9mm by 279.4mm (8.5 in x 11 in); 20lb) 
