I am drooling over this find. I'm guessing 95/96 Chorus components though, not 94 C-Record. Crank logos are wrong for 94, and you can make out a 5-arm spider, not a Record 4-arm one. The C-Record setback aero seatpost was available until 1997, and was actually sold with the Chorus groupset in 1996 before Campagnolo introduced the straight titanium seatpost the following year.
Yep have to concede your quite right. You can just about make out the 5 arm spider on the crank. The brifters were the same anyway afaik with the exception of the word carbon added to the record variant.
Never mind still a bargain whichever way you look at it
Without drifting too far off topic, the word "CARBON" was actually written on the Record Ergopowers in 1994. The Record and Chorus Ergos were identical that year, except for the white writing on the Record ones. You still paid quite a bit more for the Record ones that year, for what was no more than a tiny bit of white paint. That's when Campagnolo discovered the power of marketing and it's no surprise that the following year, the names of the groupsets started appearing on all the components. One easy way to tell if you have an early set of Ergos is the hoods have "Campagnolo" in script writing on the sides, instead of the winged shield logo stamped into the hoods. You can just make out the "Campagnolo" script on the left hood in the groupset picture you posted on page 1. 1994 was the last year for that hood design, and now all the spare parts hoods just have the shield logo.
95 Ergos at the Chorus level were internally the same as the 1994 ones, but externally they now had "CARBON" on the front of the resin hoods, and Chorus written down the lever.
96 Ergos at the Chorus level were the same external shape as the 1994 ones, but internally they were different. They had a more complex internal mechanism, and to reflect this the writing on the resin hoods was updated to "CARBON BB System". The word "Chorus" was of course still written down the lever.
It is evident that these are not 95/96 Record Ergos because they don't have a hole in the middle of the gear change lever.