I'd sure like some more (and better) pics of the DeBernardi, but it looks like a real nice Columbus (SL?SLX?) frame, and a small frame too, with modern Shimano drivetrain upgrade. The saddle and stem are up high, the stem might be TOO high unless that's a long quill (and I don't think it is). Bound to be a classic Italian ride with all mod cons from the Shimmy brifters...was the rear spread to accommodate more than 7 sprockets: is it an 8 or 9 speed rear cassette? BTW, the front QR is on the wrong side and pointed forward is extra-wrong: negative style points
The Bridgestone's a basic, reliable, good quality JP bike, but not one that most of us would pour money in for a restoration...it's better suited to be a workhorse than a garage queen. But if you really want them I bet JRrestore can make you replacement decals, check for his contact info and send a PM.