From Randy King collection Perry FL; Early Archaic Period (10,500-700 yrs. BP)
This is a thick crudely made spike like small to medium triangular expanding stem point with an elliptical or diamond shaped cross section. The blade is generally excurvate and has a spike like appearance. The shoulders vary from horizontal to having an upward angel. The stem is expanding. The stem ranges from convex to straight and has rounded basal corners. This point has a random flaking pattern. Duval stemmed, Subtype 3 – This is a expanding stem to side notch point with a convex base and the blade may be serrated.