Cinelli doesn't give you those. Neither of my vigorellis came with those either. The headset is by FSA; so there is a chance your headset is labeled "FSA" instead of "Columbus".
The seat collar is installed with the cinelli words upright and facing the cockpit with the bolt/ clamp part in the rear and the bolt head facing the drive side; the sides of the clamp of the seatpost clamp should match the sides of the cutout slit of the frame. If you're also wondering, the clamp is made by miche.
What he said.
Although a buddies Vig came with a top cap but no starnut. Weird.
you pay mad dollars and they dont give you a carbon steerer?
It's actually more common to see carbon forks with aluminum steerers on the track than full carbon forks, even up to the professional monsters. Aluminum is supposedly more stiff, durable and handles torque better, and takes wear and tear from adjusting/ swapping cockpit components much better (much more common during track events).
It's good to hear that you think aluminum steerer tubes are more durable. I ride so hard and when you're spinning like mad down a canyon every day and feeling the bike flex beneath you and darting around pot holes and rocks, leaning into the corners - it's kind of freaky sometimes, but it just feels so good when the lactic acid burns and the endorphins flow... Man it feels good to ride a bike!