These seven points are identified as three different types of Mound 72 points in Fowler's report. The two double-notched points at the left in the top row are the only two reported that have the very small notches. Fowler categorizes them as a sub style in type IX. The three points to the right represents type number II in the collection. Only four of these points were found in cache number 1551. These points are thicker than most other Cahokia points in the collection. Similar triple-notched points with excurvate edges are reported from the Schild site in Greene County, Illinois. These points are made of white Burlington chert. The two corner notched points in the bottom row are identified by Fowler as type IV points in the collection of Mound 72 points. There were only three of these points found in cache number 1550. They are all made of white Burlington chert.