If as you say the pivot assembly is brazed to the frame and forks then I think you'll have to stay with what you have.
Those look to be from the Victory/Triomphe groupset for which the original holders/pads have disappeared. Is there something mechanically not right with them ? Why not replace the pads with Koolstops - they will improve considerably. http://www.koolstop.com/english/super_record.html
Is this not a race frame to which eyelets have been added ? An SKS traditional rear mudguard may not fit if the rear end is quite short.
Mistake ! It's 57 centre to top. Sorry about that. Probably too small.
Perhaps 57cc is not the size for you but I have a Koga Miyata Randonneur dating from 1986 in good order. I'll be at the Ripley jumble on Sat 16th. to sell. You'll find the spec here http://www.koga.com/en/service/brochures/older-(2000-1976).htm
Has anyone tried these ? http://practicalcycles.com/products/233331--dia-compe-ene-aluminium-700c-mudguard-set.aspx they appear to be the same as these -- variously measured as 35mm or 40mm-- http://www.sjscycles.co.uk/dia-compe-ene-mudguard-set-700c-40mm-prod32086/ -- Dia Compe's own website didn't really give any clues as to whether they came in different sizes or the difference was internal/external measurements.
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