They are still in untouched original condition and never rearsenaled. both have all completely matching numbers except for the numbers on the original " clearing" (not cleaning rod), on the carbine don't match. A US veteran had carved U.S.N on one side and there is a skull and cross bones carved on the other side either via the vet or by the original owner who carried it. Lot of these little carbines were issued to Colonial troops. I paid $150 for the carbine and $200 for the Lebel. Bought them from two different sellers and hour apart, According to the serial numbers, the carbine was manufactored in1897 and the Lebel in 1889. Both have excellent bores.
Apparently the Lebel was a WWI German capture as the bayonet lug had been ground off so a bayonet adapter for the German bayonet could slide over the barrel. See the photo of what one looked like. Apparently why the Lebel was never arsenal refurbed liike most were through the years.
Here's some photos of the Lebel rifle and what the bayonet adapter looked like. Ray