This is the most unusually shaped Clovis point in the Fenn cache. It has a very deep concave base and the basal ears are rounded. Both of these traits are similar to the Colby site Clovis points. This point also has very nicely done diagonal flaking. There is an inclusion-flaw on one edge that would seem to weaken the point. The tip of the point has also been resharpened. This Clovis point was made from a material that came from a source near the Colby mammoth kill site on the western slope of the Bighorn mountains in Wyoming. It's believed that this material is from the Amsden Formation of Pennsylvania age. This point measures 5 15/16 inches (15. cm) long.