Torren' Up Cards I think knew the shop way better than I did and his post about a couple Shigeru Sugishita Bromides he recently got reminded me of some cards that I have which originally came from Caps.
After Caps closed the owner liquidated most of his stock on Yahoo Auctions and I ended up picking some of it up. The best thing I got was a big stack of old bromides from the late 40s/early 50s featuring a lot of Japanese Hall of Famers, mostly players from the Giants, Dragons and Tigers.
I could tell he had just shoveled up what was in his showcase and put it all in one lot. The cards were all still in top loaders and still had price tags on them.
from personal experience how gut wrenching it is to run a card shop - every collector's dream business - and then lose it. We closed down ours 27 years ago and for decades after (as recently as 2015) I was still finding cards in top loaders with price tags on them like these in boxes at my parent's place, serving as a visual reminder of both the happy days of old and also the sadness that they are gone.