I found a sharkstooth on the beach of floirda and my brother-in-law saids it's a

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    WonderWoman201posted 7 years ago

    I found a sharkstooth on the beach of floirda and my brother-in-law saids it's at least a 1000...

    years old. what I would love is an aprasier to come down to my little town of Mesquite NV and find out how much it is worth or get someone that knows about sharksteeth, because I would love to get a new car out of this and a better christmas. My phone no is 1-702-346-1515. and say that you are from this site please, I mean its just a small one or if you can get with me to get a collector that would be great. Thank you very much Miss Dana Glass, p.s. my e-mail address is classyglass@cascadeaccess.com, please I would really love to sale it if it is worth something!!!

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    habeeposted 7 years ago

    It takes at least 10,000 years for a tooth to become a fossil, but many sharks' teeth are over 2 million years old. If the tooth you found is small, it's probably worth only a few bucks.

    What color is the tooth? If it's black, dark brown, or reddish-brown, it's a fossil. You can find black fossiled sharks' teeth by the handfuls on some beaches and islands.

    Price depends on size, age, condition, and rarity. Look on Ebay to get an idea of prices.

    Hope this helps!

 
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