New Hampshires are good. Delawares, Jersey Giants, and some strains of Orpingtons are also good. Beyond the breeds mentioned on this thread, I'd say that any remaining brown egg breeds are poor layers. Most brown eggers are breeds that tend toward broodiness, especially as they get older, so seldom equal the Mediterranean white eggers in productivity. Most of these, i.e. Leghorns, Minorcas, Anconas, etc., rarely go broody.
One should never discount the modern hybrid varieties that have been bred for maximum yield and so usually out perform pure breeds (as Rhea Dean said). My best ever layers were a batch of Jersey Giants X Light Sussex.
If you have nothing............
......... give it away!