Books galore! Reminds me a bit of a used book store at St. Nicholas Market in Bristol.
Which one is this, if you don't mind saying?
It's "Back Door Books" on Throckmorton Street in Fort Worth, TX.
When I lived in Post Falls, ID, there was a used/rare bookstore in the next town which essentially had a key to the liturgical "basement" of nearby Gonzaga University whenever they wanted to stock their shelves. They knew not what they sold. O for the days before Summorum Pontificum and cheap second-hand liturgical books!
Wow. What a treasure-trove that must've been. I daresay even in preconciliar times they knew not what they sold - they might have even had Breviaries!
I get almost all my books from used bookstores on the internet. Why? Because that's the only way to stay sane these days...
When I first moved to London in the early 1990s there was a bookshop, John Thornton, that had very good liturigcal stock. In the garage that adjoined the shop on the Old Kings Road there were Breviaries piled up for £5.00 per set of four. That soon went up to £20.00 for some reason.