Charl,Well, I certainly don’t consider myself the be all or end all on Northeastern types. Most of the cherts that show up in Ct., and southern New England in general, will be Hudson Valley cherts. Almost always actually, except for jasper, which can be either from Pa., or from RI.
As for type, like yourself, I might lean Atlantic phase blade. But we should keep in mind Atlantics are considered an eastern correlate of the Snook Kill point. If found in eastern Ct., collectors might call it an Atlantic. But in western Ct., collectors there might know it better as a Snook Kill point. Need not be a coastal find, just as common in the interior.
My best guess…..
There is a chip on one side of the stem going up into the shoulder. I'm away for a week but will take a closer look at the end of the stem when I return.I want to make an additional observation regarding the stem. After having a good look at both sides; it looks to have a snapped-off base. This could throw Adena in as a suspect type.
It’s a stunning artifact either way.
Found it. Used up and missing an ear. I do think this little triangle is made of the same Delaware River - Black Chert.I found a small well-used, broken Levanna just outside of New Britain CT made of that black material. I couldn’t locate it.
I’m going to post separately, a Susquehanna Broad point that I believe may be made of a variety of that material.