Unfortunately not. I can see the size, and a foundry stamp KBA, and can see that they were made by GKN in 1977, and I remember the pattern, but pretty sure they were aftermarket in period, albeit quite similar to some Campagnolo rims.
You can also see the difference in pcd quite plainly, but before you advertise them, you need to measure it accurately, either from the centre of one hole to the centre of one diagonally opposite, or (easier), from the outer edge of one hole to the inner edge of the one opposite. You need to be accurate to a mm, as, (for instance), pre Chevette / Cavalier Mk1 Vauxhall pcd used to be 4" (101.6mm) (Viva, Firenza Hillman Imp etc), but Chevette, Cavalier and after were 100mm, as were BMW four stud (2002, NK 2000, E30 etc), and front wheel drive VW's.
I would list them as particularly suitable for BMW NK and 2002 as they very much suit those cars, and would be quite sought after.
Hope that helps