NJ arrowhead id

Ysiewr

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Can anyone identify this arrowhead. I found it surface hunting in northeast NJ. I looked in the overstreet guide and the closest I could find was Susquehanna bifurcate. Maybe it's just some woodland piece? I have no idea. I found it a couple miles from my other arrowhead post.
 

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Congrats on your find. Looks like a MacCorkle, maybe...

 
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Ysiewr

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Congrats on your find. Looks like a MacCorkle, maybe...

I just looked that up. I can definitely see the similarities. I never thought I would find one that old. I have found levanna and madison points in the same area. Even without the tip it's still my favorite. Thanks
 
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It looks most like a notched base dovetail, a small number of which have been recorded in Ohio.
The description on projectilepoints seems to match.
"The notches are diagonal that tend to be deep and narrow. The stem is expanding. The base is convex and never straight. The base and notches are commonly heavily ground."
Thank you
 

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