Pete - I can't make anything out in that picture. But it doesn't look like the Soloists that I have seen (wood, metal tenons, throat keys on separate posts versus and "L" like that one has, etc), or any other of the Selmer USA clarinets. Granted, I do not keep up with what is offered in the last couple years. They could be using the name to sell plastic clarinets now.
Be careful of clarinets labels "solist" and not "soloist" I have seen some Solist clarinets (excluding Kesslers line). And the name on that is fairly high on the UJ and barely legible in the picture. I've seen pics of, for instance Selmer Paris Centered Tones where someone etched the word "Centered Tone" on it to try and sell it for more. This one could be a CSO in disguise in your picture. But then the 300 line is a plastic student model (see below at bottom for a few pics)
The Selmer USA Soloist and the Selmer USA Signet Soloist are student / intermediate clarinet (ignoring the sax line etc) .. most put the Soloist as the high-end Intermediate level clarinet offered by Selmer USA. I tend to agree with that.
The Selmer USA Signet Soloist was started back in the 1950s.
The insignia has changed over the years.
I reference "Selmer USA" as this is an offering from Selmer U.S. and has no reference to Selmer Paris which only makes professional Clarinets. Thus Selmer USA making student and intermediate clarinets.
But the model lineup is:
Selmer (signet) Resonite - plastic student
Selmer (signet) 100 - wood student
Selmer (signet) special - wood intermediate
Selmer (signet) soloist - wood high end intermediate
The Soloist is a great playing clarinet. At one point they were offered with gold keywork. on eBay the Soloist in general used condition will get $200. More if overhauled by a reputable place.
The Soloist is on my list of the only Selmer USA clarinet that I would go out and buy for reselling (excluding tradeins, etc). Though I've had Specials & 100s which have been easy and very good sounding too .. it all depends if they are setup properly. Of course they are sold for less too.
There is a distinct difference in method of obtaining a clarinet as to the price it is sold for. eBay will always be the cheapest (it seems for clarinets). Next is your onling stores, then retail stores. One must also differentiate between Insurable value too. here's a link with more info and a little research into prices (it's a work in progress but you'll get the idea)
So don't expect a retail store to sell a Soloist for the same price you can get it on eBay. nor from a strictly online store/clarinet shop.
Since Pete mentioned me .... I usually get questions on my inventory and stuff usually never ends up on my website. I do not have a Soloist presently but in my "inventory" to be worked on is a Signet 100 (full wood) and a Yamaha 34 (full wood) , Buffet B12 (plastic).
I just sold a professional Leblanc L7 for less than that retail Soloist. I have a few others but they are professional Buffets. But I do get Soloists from time to time and I do obtain them if I am requested to.
On Clarinuts they have a model 300 .. which is plastic
wwbw. model 301, which is plastic and only $925 ?
so I'm going to guess the OP is looking at a modern named Soloist ... which has nothing to do with the vintage Selmer Signet Soloist at the Retail price. On ebay, used they would sell for pennies on the dollar.
btw, there are 2 vintage Signet Soloists on ebay .. i tend to watch them looking for a good deal =-)