OK, a Shure M75ED Type 2 with a generic aftermarket stylus. That's a fine cartridge worthy of a nice stylus. The brown plastic grip indicates it's a heavy(ish) tracking elliptical (2 - 4g) that should work decently well (assuming it's in good shape) with the arm on your JVC.
I have no idea where you're located, but Gary at The Voice of Music still has genuine Shure replacement styli in stock for your cartridge:
760-DE Shure Diamond 0.4 x 0.7 mil elliptical tip for 16,33,45 rpm records 2 - 4g N75-EC Brown Available
And even a slightly better genuine Shure option that will be an even better match for your tonearm:
760-DEJ Shure Diamond 0.4 x 0.7 mil elliptical tip for 16,33,45 rpm records 1.5 - 3g N75-EJ, N75-EJ Type II Lt. Green Available
If you're on a really tight budget, he still has some of the JICO made EVG replacements in stock:
4760-DED EVG Japan Diamond 0.3 x 0.7 mil elliptical tip for 16,33,45 rpm records 0.75 - 1.5g N75-E, N75-ED Type II Black, Gray, Yellow Available
JICO stopped making styli for EVG over a year ago, but Gary bought up their existing inventory and continues to sell them from existing stock. This is, in my opinion, the best of the lower cost "generic" replacement styli for the vintage Shure cartridges. I stocked up last March, and the prices have crept up as availability dries up. It is a great sounding, great tracking stylus, but it if was me, and I planned on keeping the table, I'd probably go with the genuine Shure 760-DEJ while you can still get them.
Actually, if it was me, I'd buy one of the 760-DEJ, a couple of the 4760-DED as back ups, and I'd also spring for a second headshell and one of the dirt cheap AT3600L cartridges. I like having options, and with Shure exiting the cartridge/stylus business and JICO no longer supplying EVG, I tend to stock up while I can. The AT3600L also provides a lower cost option that is fun to play around with and something to fall back on if/when good quality replacement styli become unavailable for your Shure cartridge.