Plain View 3 15/16 inches perfect Point from Wisconsin
Planview This is a medium to large (typically 2.5 to 3.5 inches) lanceolate point with a flattened to elliptical or median ridge cross section. Some cruder examples have had a median ridge. The blade is primarily excurvate towards the tip and parallel sides. The bottom portion of the blade is primarily straight, but may be slightly auriculate on some examples. The top portion of the blade may turn inward forming an abrupt tip. The base may vary from slightly to deeply concave. Grinding of the basal edge and hafting region is commonly Plainview
AKA: Coastview (Texas)
Cluster: Plano Lanceolate Cluster
seen with long basal thinning flakes.