This is an extremely rare point type for Connecticut. I found this point on April 4th 1983 in Sandy Hook CT. It is a small point some have said it may be a pentagonal. I don't believe that is so. It does have basal grinding up both sides. A flute on one side and what looks like multiple flutes on the other.
|This material was utilized by many groups over the past 10,000 years.
Above left Susquehanna Broad Point, above right Brewerton Point,
Below left Neville Point and below right what looks like a Wading River Point.
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