We find that globally conserved interface-controlled coarsening of diffusion-limited aggregates exhibits dynamic scale invariance (DSI) and normal scaling. This is demonstrated by a numerical solution of the Ginzburg–Landau equation with a global conservation law. The general sharp-interface limit of this equation is introduced and reduced to volume preserving motion by mean curvature. A simple example of globally conserved interface-controlled coarsening system: the sublimation/deposition dynamics of a solid and its vapor in a small closed vessel, is presented in detail. The results of the numerical simulations show that the scaled form of the correlation function has a power-law tail accommodating the fractal initial condition. The coarsening length exhibits normal dynamic scaling. A decrease of the cluster radius with time, predicted by DSI, is observed. The difference between global and local conservation is discussed.