Who Are we?

Kenny's Great Uncle, Sergeant Thomas Caldwell served with the Royal Scots Fusiliers in Belgium during WW1, and was awarded the Victoria Cross.

Kenny's Uncle Sergeant John Henderson served with the Cameronians in North West Europe during WW2. John Henderson received a personal commendation from Field Marshall Montgomery.

Sergeant Erich Hager served with Panzer Regiment 39 on the Eastern Front during WW2, and took part in the unsuccessful attempt to breakthrough to the encircled troops in Stalingrad .

Kenny has written a book about his Uncle Hager,you can purchase the book here.

Kenny is an avid collector of Panzer related items from the Eastern Front.


The Treasure Bunker was the first Militaria shop in Scotland in 1986, and in 1996 Kenny set up the first militaria website in the world.

Treasure Bunker owner and Managing Director Kenneth James Andrew, first began to develop an interest in military history during his school years. This unusual early interest came from his thirst to find out more about three of his uncles who were war heroes and all held the rank of Sergeant


Stephen Cameron BA joined Treasure Bunker in 1998, as Sales Manager and Company Secretary. Steve started to develop an interest in Militaria and anything historical from about age five, with great encouragement from his father.

Steve's Great Uncle Flight Sergeant Robert Cameron flew Lancaster Bombers in WW2,until he was killed in 1941 protecting a convoy in the North Atlantic . His Uncle James Cameron was in the Seaforth Highlanders part of the Highland Division who held the Germans back at St.Valery as part of the relief operation of Dunkirk . He ended the war as one of the guards at the Nuremberg trail.

The Zulu wars are of particular interest to Steve, he also collects German WW2 memorabilia.

Where Are We?

Located in a prime city centre location in the much sought after Merchant City area of Glasgow, just off the very busy shopping thoroughfare of Argyle Street, and close to the St Enoch's Centre. With lots of car parks nearby, The Treasure Bunker is easily accessible by car, or from the nearby Central and Queen Street railway stations.


From time to time satisfied customers let us know
what they think. You can see a few here.