Is there any chance that your panel is one that has a Vmp = 36 volts?
The same exact panel is often colloquially called a "24 volt panel".
If the panels will be wired in parallel, then the Vmp should be close, but doesn't need to be exactly the same.
The wattage does not need to match and in fact might not because companies are constantly trying to increase the wattage.
Many companies make panels like this, such as newpowa, grape, solarland, etc.
Just as an example, this is a solarland - similar to what I use on my solar test stand at my van electrical shop. It is optimized for overcast conditions:
Here is a mono panel that is 190 watts from another on line retailer:
and here is newpowa with the same Vmp in 210 watts.
You will need to check yourself about dimensions / mounting, etc but this should get you started:
The photo is my test stand and also it supplies a lot of the power that I use since I am off grid. The blue panels are poly and are better for capturing very poor lighting. The black ones are mono and are better for full sun conditions.