Camp bedstead

a light bedstead that can be folded up onto a small space for easy transportation.

See also: Camp

References in classic literature ?
Well, Kolpakoff went back to the barracks, lay down on a camp bedstead, and in a quarter of an hour was dead: you quite understand?
It was a camp bedstead that would not have unsettled an anchorite; there was no place for treasure there.
Surgeon-Major Thomson had apparently forgotten his appointment to view camp bedsteads, for, a few minutes after he had left Geraldine and her brother, his taxicab set him down before a sombre-looking house in Adelphi Terrace.
Fifty thousand camp bedsteads are urgently required for neighbourhood of La Guir.