Yes these are very nice signed and numbered prints, I print each one individually on my iPF5000
This is the kind of information I need. Should I double my price?
You should research the prices at the local galleries and at the gallery you are speaking with. They know the clientele, you don't (and we don't). The prices that anyone tells you here are just as out of context as the numbers you're making up.
Come to Los Angeles. I can take you to a gallery that has never sold anything for less than $20,000.00. I can also take you to a gallery that has never sold anything for more than $1,000.00. Which kind of gallery are you working with? You have not provided any context for your work, the gallery, or the clientele. How will any advice stating specific numbers have any basis in reality? You need to do the footwork yourself.
To give you good advice can you answer these questions:
What were the prices at the last 5 shows the gallery put on?
What cut does the gallery take?
What cut do all the competing galleries take?
What were the prices for work at the competing galleries in each of the last 5 shows?
How much does it cost you to print a piece?
Have you factored in the cost of replacing the printer every year? The computer? The camera?
Is your work better, worse, or the same as the other work being sold?
Are these pictures of celebrities? Then add 100%
Are these pictures of your cats? Then subtract 300%
Do you do drugs? Then add 14%
Are you known as a commercial photographer? Then subtract 35%
Are you sleeping with the local art critic? Then add 50%
Is your name Ansel Adams? Then add 600%
Do you price your photos based on how much it costs to make them? Then subtract 75%
Do you talk about photography with your friends? Then subtract 60%
Do you NOT talk about photography with your friends? Then add 17%
Do you frame your pictures with colored mattes? Then subtract 53%
If you answer all these questions, then we can tell you how to price your prints. But of course by the time you have the answers, you will have also already set the prices and we'll be asking you for advice. Hopefully I'm coming across as funny here. Just trying to make the point that you'll have to do some homework in your local market (and perhaps in the national and international market depending on your intentions).