I picked up a couple early vignette prints by the BEP with significance to taxpaid revenues.
The first one, "Progress," shows a locomotive and river scene. It was engraved in 1859 by George Baldwin, so it actually pre-dates the Bureau, but they ended up adding the plate to their stock and using it for various purposes. In this case, a small circular vignette was cropped and used on a taxpaid for Special Bonded Warehouse for Grape Brandy and a Domestic Opium Stamp, both in 1878. BEP records show it was also used on an 1878 Re-Warehousing Stamp.
The other vignette, titled "Harvesting," was one of the first works done at the Bureau, engraved in 1869 by W.H. Earle. It was used in cropped versions on a Distillery Warehouse Stamp (DenimDan, I purloined your image) and a 40 Gallon Distilled Spirits stamp.
Anyone recognize any other uses?