This end scraper was surface collected on the Bostrom Clovis site in St. Clair County Illinois. It has the "classic" tear-drop shape. The thickest area in the cross section is represented by the working end and the thinnest is the hafting end. There is only a very slight protuberance at the narrow end that indicates a bulb-of-percussion. The edge is also very sharp, indicating it probably had very little use. This end scraper is made of Kaolin chert and it measures 1 3/4 inches (4.4 cm) long.