A small to medium size, thin, well-made point. The blade is long and triangular with slightly convex edges. Notches are narrow and fairly low on the sides, entering at a slight diagonally upward angle. The basal edge may range from slightly incurvate to slightly convex. It has squared basal corners on straight-based points and rounded basal corners on convex-based points. Basal edge has light grinding to none. If grinding is absent, light crushing of the basal edge is noted. A peculiarity of this point is that it has been recognized primarily for its like-new, unused condition with little to no evidence of resharpening, as has been noted on Cache River and Kessel points. For years this has been an un-named variant of the Cache River points.
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