Nothing ventured, nothing gained. From my recollection there were about three main brands of strings at that time D'Addario, Hannabach, and Augustine. There were other less known strings. I'm not an expert, but if your strings have remained in their original packets, why not.
There have been improvements to strings so your string diameters and quality may be somewhat different.
Put em in and if they don't work, buy new ones.
A hidden benefit may be that you have partial sets and some experimenting with mismatched string brands and tensions may reward you with unexpected results.
Hauser III 2014 spruce