A selection with a steeper and more uniform manner of growth. Fairly fast-growing, with low branches that stand at an angle of 45°. The short trunk is greyish-brown and has fine grooves. Parts of the bark flake off in platelets. Young twigs are thick, hairy and olive-green. Older twigs are bare and grey. The obovate leaves are deeply and regularly lobed. The large lobes are also lobed or carry blunt serrations. The leaves are glossy dark green, the underside lighter. They are 10 - 20 cm long, sometimes longer when the tree grows vigorously. Width 7 - 12 cm. The acorns are one third to a half enclosed by the cupule; the latter is densely covered with narrow, contiguous, hairy scales. The cupules and the leaves are very characteristic of the species.