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comment AはBにある versus BにAがある
In both cases everything before and including the は may be omitted as redundant. You both already know the topic of conversation (the Sake and the shelf, respectively), so typically a native speaker would not repeat it (unless getting time to think or for emphasis/clarification).
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answered A は/が difference