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These appear to factory-type fender skirts.
Aftermarket skirts such as Foxcraft and others usually have numbers stamped in the lower edge of the skirt (facing the ground). They are usually simplistic codes such as "57CH" for 57 Chevy and "67FGAL" for 57 Ford Galaxie and so on.
Factory skirts may have a part number stamped in them or a number rubber-stamped on them in ink or paint on the backside which is usually unpainted (color).
If you have none of these you are pretty much reduced to carrying them to an old boneyard (is there such a thing?) and trying them in the wheel opening car by car. Remember some cars may have a different wheel opening in a different model such as Bonneville and Catalina!
 
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