Vintage 8×10 glossy sepia tone chest-up Universal Studios promotional portrait, boldly signed and inscribed in black fountain pen ink, “To/Sanford/Sincerely/Edmund Lowe.” Fine condition, with emulsification along the left side of his face. Handsome, rowdy leading man Edmund Lowe appeared in scores of silent films and made a smooth transition to sound. By the mid-Thirties his popularity began to decline. He played supporting roles at the major studios, while still playing occasional leads with Poverty Row studios, making his final screen appearance in 1960. His most famous role was Sgt. Harry Quirt in What Price Glory (1926), a performance he followed up with four sequels, the last of which was released in 1933.