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This is from Gosport beach it is most likely to be of Eocene age. After researching it online and in books I think I have narrowed down 3 potential culprits:
It its 4.5 cm long precisely.
The image has been stretched the blade of the tooth is much broader about 1.4 cm wide in the centre
I think it could be some kind of sand shark tooth. I don't think it's a mako.
Hi Polacanthus 12
I don't collect sharks teeth because on the Holderness coast there isn't any to collect!
But I know a fabulus specimen when i see one, the colours are fantastic, well done.