The Ultima VII: Complete Edition was sold in the Serpent Isle box with a sticker on the front cover stating "more than 200$ worth of software" and describing the content of the box as including all four parts of Ultima VII: The Black Gate, Serpent Isle, Forge of Virtue and The Silver Seed. Another sticker on the bottom of the box saying "Ultima VII Complete Edition" describes the system requirements and recommendations.
It includes all the manuals from Black Gate (Felloswhip, Install Guide, Player Reference Card), Serpent Isle (Beyond the Serpent Pillars, Install Guide, Player Reference Guide), Forge of Virtue (Installation and Quickstart, A Guide to the Isle of Fire) and The Silver Seed (Installation and Quickstart, Play Guide) as well as the two cloth maps but no trinkets.
Ultima VII: The Complete Edition comes on 15 3.5" 1.44Mb Disks and is not to be confused with the "Complete Ultima VII" which has been released in 1994 on CD-ROM, one year later than Ultima VII: The Complete Edition.
Ultima VII: The Complete Edition is not rated but Origin has voluntarily rated the game "MP-13 (For Mature Players)" which probably should have meant PG-13 according to the MPAA guidelines.