Following are pictures of the edition 3 of Corel Draw on CD:
The Front Cover
The Back Cover
Inside the CD case.
Inside the Pamphlet that is in the CD case.
My Corel Draw 3 was purchased and run on Windows 3.0, and then Windows 3.1 for many years. The specifications state that it requires Windows 3.0 or above (Windows 3.1 is strongly recommended). I have run it on IBM compatible PCs from 286 up to Pentium. (the 286 required protected mode windows and 4Mb of memory). I liked the way it worked.
So, now I must leave Corel Draw 3 behind and continue on with other graphics programs. I still have many that work well but it is a loss of a good tool that has served me well over the years. I have Serif products that also work well and are reasonably priced. I also have Paint.Net which is FREE and I have downloaded a ton of addons/effects for it. And so it comes to this, if you are using Windows 3.1 then I highly recommend Corel Draw 3.0 but if you are using Win7-64 then you might want to check out Paint.Net at http://www.getpaint.net/