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Guy Osborn
I couldn't find this shark tooth on Savage seas or elsewhere - cusplets too big for a little otodus and root too massive even in its slightly broken state? Any ideas? And the layered "fossil" is more layered in life than it looks. About 15mm
Layered fossil.jpg 
Shark tooth Herne Bay.jpg
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Paleoworld-101
Perhaps a partial Notidanodon loozi upper tooth? Is the labial root surface flat? 

Not sure about the layered specimen or if it's even a fossil. 
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Guy Osborn
Labial surface IS flat. Thank you
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Guy Osborn
Looked this on up on the net - I think/hope you are right!Cow shark tooth.jpg 
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Paleoworld-101
Seems a good fit to me. They are quite hard to find, so congrats! I have one as well from Beltinge that i found a few years ago. 
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Kosmoceras
The first specimen is a "tooth stack" from Phyllodus toliapicus.
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